Law Firm Librarianship

The legal information environment is deep, wide, and dynamic with many participants, including courts, parliaments, legislatures, and administrative bodies. None exemplifies the agile, knowledge-engaging legal player better than the law firm. Current, authoritative information is essential for the successful representation of clients. The firm's most dependable resource for retrieving information is its library staff. Law Firm Librarianship introduces the reader to the challenges, qualifications, and work conditions of this distinct type of research librarian. The book begins by asking what law firm librarianship is, whilst the second chapter focuses on the law firm and its culture. The third chapter covers the law firm library itself, including the practical aspects of the firm librarian's interaction with his or her professional environments. The next chapter considers the effects of legal publishing practices, and the penultimate section surveys the various research tools the firm librarian relies on for sound knowledge. The book concludes by looking at the dynamic qualities of law firm librarianship. Offers an up-to-date overview from an experienced practitioner Adds to the library literature by addressing a type of librarianship that usually receives little attention Applies field knowledge about legal information trends that will inform related areas of inquiry

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  • Author : John Azzolini
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 260 pages
  • ISBN : 1780633742
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Law Firm Librarianship

Law Firm Librarianship
  • Author : John Azzolini
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 10 December 2012
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The legal information environment is deep, wide, and dynamic with many participants, including courts, parliaments, legislatures, and administrative bodies. None exemplifies the agile, knowledge-engaging legal player better than the law firm. Current, authoritative information is essential for the successful representation of clients. The firm's most dependable resource for retrieving information is its library staff. Law Firm Librarianship introduces the reader to the challenges, qualifications, and work conditions of this distinct type of research librarian. The book begins by asking what

The Changing Role of Law Firm Librarianship

The Changing Role of Law Firm Librarianship
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 17 May 2022
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Leading Law Firm Librarians Offer Strategies for Adapting to a Changing Role The Changing Role of Law Firm Librarianship is an authoritative, insider's perspective on key strategies for understanding and responding to current trends in law firm librarianship. Featuring library directors and managers representing some of the nation's top law firms, these experts guide the reader through the history of law firm librarianship and outline major elements of the librarian's role today, including new marketing responsibilities, coordinating with information technology

Law Librarianship in the Digital Age

Law Librarianship in the Digital Age
  • Author : Ellyssa Kroski
  • Publisher : Scarecrow Press
  • Release : 14 November 2013
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It is absolutely essential that today’s law librarians are digitally literate and possess an understanding and awareness of recent advancements and trends in information technology as they pertain to the library field. Law Librarianship in the Digital Age offers a one-stop, comprehensive guide to achieving both of those goals.

Basics of Law Librarianship

Basics of Law Librarianship
  • Author : Deborah Panella,Ellis Mount
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 12 November 2012
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Here is an essential introductory guide on all aspects of law librarianship written especially for non-law librarians, library school students, and beginning law librarians. Although there are several excellent practical handbooks and numerous articles on specific topics of law librarianship for practicing law librarians, Basics of Law Librarianship is the only resource that addresses the information needs of the student or new law librarian. Author Deborah Panella, managing librarian of a large, prominent New York law firm, explores the major

Legal Research: How to Find and Understand the Law

Legal Research: How to Find and Understand the Law
  • Author : Suzanne McKie
  • Publisher : Cavendish Publishing
  • Release : 16 November 1993
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Legal research comes in many forms and legal researchers have amyriad of faces. Recognising these two obvious facts, this book hasbeen designed to be a flexible tool, of use to researchers of variouslevels of sophistication.If you are new to legal research, start with Chapter 2 and workyour way through the book.

Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century

Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Author : Roy Balleste,Lisa Smith-Butler,Sonia Luna-Lamas
  • Publisher : Scarecrow Press
  • Release : 21 November 2013
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Law Librarianship in the 21st Century, a text for library and information science courses on law librarianship, introduces students to the rapidly evolving world of law librarianship. With no prior knowledge of the law required, students using this book will find practical answers to such questions as: What is law librarianship? How do you become a law librarian? How does law librarianship interrelate with the legal world? Individual chapters provide a concise treatment of such specialized topics as the history

The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web

The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web
  • Author : Robert J. Ambrogi
  • Publisher : ALM Publishing
  • Release : 17 May 2022
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This comprehensive resource helps lawyers and non-lawyers know which legal web sites are worth their time, which aren t, and why. Organized into more than 30 specific areas of legal expertise, it includes information about web sites on administrative law, bankruptcy, consumer protection, estate planning, immigration, intellectual property, Internet law, job listings, legal news, public records, and real estate. Each site is reviewed and assigned a rating of up to five stars, creating an invaluable research tool for lawyers, law librarians,

Law Librarianship

Law Librarianship
  • Author : American Association of Law Libraries
  • Publisher : Fred B. Rothman
  • Release : 17 May 1996
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A collection of 18 essays chronicling the history of law librarianship as a profession detailing the pioneering personalities in the American Association of Law Libraries and issues facing libraries. The contributing law librarians describe the evolution of the US Supreme Court Library, law firm libraries, the Los Angeles County Law Library, the work of William R. Roalfe and Frederick Hicks, the history of the AALL and associated organizations, and featured topics in both the establishment of African-American law libraries and the

Electronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information

Electronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information
  • Author : Mark Jacobs
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 18 October 2013
GET THIS BOOKElectronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information

Understand better how the role of ER librarian has changed through the years The advent of online information has not only changed tremendously the way that resources are stored and accessed, but has caused the evolution of the library and information science profession itself. Electronic Resources Librarianship and Management of Digital Information: Emerging Professional Roles takes a comprehensive look at the position of electronic resources (ER) librarians, the other people who work with e-content, what training and skills are needed,