Does your firm or organization need a Modern Library Audit?

By Michael Feit | Modern Law Library

Dec 04

A paradigm shift is underway in how organizations and firms are utilizing the resources of their Law Library. Inter-departmental collaboration, metrics, technology, Librarians, and Administrators are the core components involved in modernizing a Law Library.

A Modern Library Audit is a measure of the utilization of personnel, internal processes, technology, legal information contracts and the overall support for the business of law. In this two-month audit, Feit Consulting will examine each of these components and provide clear recommendations specific to your firm/organization with the goal of saving money, improving efficiencies, and maximizing the utilization of resources.

Having an outside, objective analysis will save the firm/organization time and money. It is an investment in supporting the business of law. Click here to set up an initial, complimentary consultation.

About the Author

Michael Feit earned his J.D. from the Loyola University School of Law in Chicago and was an executive at Westlaw before founding Feit Consulting 16 years ago. Feit Consulting partners with law firm administrators and legal information professionals to optimize vendor contracts and the management and delivery of legal information resources by providing leading-edge, customized solutions. Contact Michael at