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
Your business may not need a library, but it needs a librarian! For everything from risk management to productivity enhancement,
In February, I will have the honor of presenting an overview of a white paper on which my team at
Visualizations continue to crop up in legal research software. This trend has been occurring for a handful of years now,
Re-imagining the civic role of libraries in our technological age is an intriguing subject to me. So, when an article
AALL reports this morning the name change proposal failed. A little more than 4 out of every 5 votes received were
Though I have been accused of having “grizzly bear” hair by a certain toddler who shares a house with me,