The Modern Law Library Defined

The Modern Law Library Defined

 WHEN:  Tuesday, January 30, 2018

TIME:  1-1:30pm EST

As clients demand better value for the dollars they spend, firms are taking a hard look at how they do business; analyzing their organizational structure, and evaluating the way services are delivered with an eye towards process improvement. Out of this structural evolution comes the Modern Law Library.

The Modern Law Library takes a multi-faceted approach to the delivery of print and electronic resources. Technology is typically the first thing that comes to mind when defining the Modern Law Library. However, innovation and collaboration are equally important. In this webinar, Feit Consulting's Vice President of Library Strategy and Innovation Monice Kaczorowski will discuss what library modernization means and how firms can continue to modernize their law libraries.

Sign up below for the Webinar: The Modern Law Library Defined on Tuesday, January 30th at 1pm EST. Registration is limited to individuals directly employed with a law firm, corporate law library, membership or local library, and educational institutions.