Here we are on May 31 and I just realized that I was derelict in sharing with you all my
I recently had the pleasure of presenting a webinar on maintaining a work-life balance. Having worked for some very large
April is here and I’m showering you with another colorful mix of research and information topics: Teaching legal research Information
My latest list of must-read blog postings by and for info pros, comes to you by way of a special Ide(a)s of March dispatch! Et tu, librarians? You can catch my latest, while watching your backs, here.
Welcome to 2018! If you are like me, you are eager to see what opportunities this new year has to
I had the pleasure of working with the folks at PacerPro this year to explore the power and direction of their SaaS model for managing and monitoring federal litigation. To merely say that efficiency is the core on which their flagship product is constructed would do it a slight disservice. There is much more to the platform and its potential than that. What resulted from my investigation is a white paper that details what PacerPro brings to the table and what it can do for law firms of all sizes.
LexisNexis has acquired Ravel Law and I’ve been seeing it discussed from every angle in both the general business press as well as my favorite sources for library and legal news. Ravel Law’s data algorithms, predictive analytics and data visualization for case law supported by Lexis’ financial resources and market clout could make for a powerful combination.
With little to no physical library space remaining in their offices, law firms are getting creative about where their law
I was recently honored to have been featured in the newsletter of the Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL).
Access to the most current and reliable information is a prerequisite to sound decision-making and innovative thinking. Yet too many