nce upon a time, virtual law libraries were the vision of the future, like flying cars to Jetsons fans. Junking books in favor of Internet resources and CD-ROMs would let firms reallocate library space. Lawyers would do their own research from desktop computers. Marion the Librarian, exit stage left; techies to center stage. In 1995 Baker & McKenzie went so far as to fire all ten members of its main library staff in Chicago, asserting that the move would save money and thrust its lawyers into the digita
Don't Count Them Out
The American Lawyer
July 1, 2005
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