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.
In February, I will have the honor of presenting an overview of a white paper on which my team at
AALL reports this morning the name change proposal failed. A little more than 4 out of every 5 votes received were
If you are a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and have not been living under that proverbial
Continuing its innovative approach to docket research and retrieval, PacerPro has announced the release of its exciting new litigant profiling
AALL has begun the process to potentially change its name to the Association for Legal Information. Of course, the key
Things are about to change in this industry and change big. That’s right, Lawmageddon lands TODAY Law librarians and noted
The Legal Intelligencer’s annual “Best of” survey was released today; as usual, the latest edition shines a light on what
In the three years since we launched this second version of the iBraryGuy blog, a lot about the legal information profession has changed. From the jobs that we do, to the ways in which we do them, to the very tools that we use to make our value known, the industry has undergone some incredibly exciting developments. It has been a wonderful time to be both a law librarian and a blogger marking the pace of that evolution. In the spirit of these advances, iBraryGuy is also about to go undergo another change of its own. Join us on Monday, September 28 as we unveil our new and expanded blog – TILT.
Steven J. Harper, in Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs, presented some disheartening statistics concerning current law school