5 Mistakes To Avoid When Building Law Libraries

Law360, New York (August 16, 2016, 10:06 AM EDT) -- As law firms become increasingly data-driven, the law library space has evolved into a surprisingly complex environment. More vendors are invading this segment of the legal market with game-changing platforms. Not only is it difficult for AmLaw 200 firms to manage reports from these different platforms, but they're also challenged to efficiently manage financial spend and library-related contracts from a multitude of suppliers and vendors.

Law libraries are already perceived as significant cost centers for law firms — yet missteps in this area are still happening. Inefficiencies within libraries not only hurt a firm from an overall cost perspective, but also...

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