The Survey of American Lawyers at Major Law Firms: View of the Law Firm Library
The study presents data from a representative sample of 225 lawyers at more than 90 major law firms. The lawyers give their opinion of a myriad of library services, pinpointing their opinions of databases, information search training, cost effectiveness of their library, info literacy training for new hires, and much more. The report helps its readers to answer questions such as: What do lawyers think of their library and their librarians?
Do they support increasing spending on the library? How often do they use the library? How important are paper-based resources to them? Data in the report is broken out by size of law firm, age, gender, professional title and level of self-perceived information searching skill.
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