The July Issue of Practice Innovations is out and just in time for the American Association of Law Libraries Conference, the issue is focused on legal information and knowledge professionals. Since law firms are knowledge intensive organizations, legal information professionals can play a critical role creating new workflows, driving productivity and innovation across law firm functions. Here are links to the articles in the July issue:
Building Workflows for the Intelligent Organization By Jean O’Grady, Director of Research Services, DLA Piper, Washington, DC
Developing the Right Skill Set for Legal Information Professionals of the Future: The State of Library School Education, By Holly Riccio, Director of Library Innovation and Library Manager, O’Melveny & Myers, LLP, San Francisco, CA
Research Strategies: Training Attorneys to be Cost Effective Using Free or Fixed Rate Resources By Elaine M. Egan Head of Research & Information Services – Americas, Shearman & Sterling LLP, New York, NY; Linda-Jean Schneider, Electronic Resources Manager,Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Philadelphia, PA
From Books to Bytes: The Transformation of Legal Research in Law Firms, By Jean O’Grady, Director of Research Services, DLA Piper,Washington, DC
Law Firm Recruiting: Support the Recruiting Process By Ronda Fisch, Director of Research & Library Systems, Reed Smith LLP, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Measure Better to Manage Better By V. Mary Abraham, Above and Beyond KM, New York, NY