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With little to no physical library space remaining in their offices, law firms are getting creative about where their law librarians should be, not only physically but on the org chart. Some are choosing marketing. Librarian knowledge of legal markets and first-hand...

For nearly seven years, LibSource librarians have been embedded onsite at a major news organization. We have been managing the media libraries operations in both the New York and Washington D.C. locations as part of the organization’s commitment to digital...

The following post from our UK team is composed in British English. Remote workforce support, like any new management idea, has had its leaders and laggards. According to The Work Foundation (Lancaster University), the UK has now reached the tipping point,...

It’s estimated that 80% of all the content on the internet lies below the surface web, undiscovered by most search engines. We believe it’s one of the reasons the pendulum is swinging back toward the need for a librarian as...

LibSource parent company LAC Group was founded in December of 1986 as a boutique staffing firm for law libraries in southern California. The personal computer was in its earliest days and the internet was under development and used only within...

Having a formal library was never a priority for many businesses. If nothing else, it was seen as a troubling necessity or a cost of doing business.  Today, with increasing digitization and greater mobility, many corporate libraries have been dismantled...

We won’t weigh-in on whether some Macedonian teenagers affected the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election by publishing fake news stories for advertising profit. We will speak to the broader, ongoing issue of information reliability on the internet. Improving information literacy It's...

Westlaw and LexisNexis have deep roots in online legal research—both started as dial-up services with dedicated terminals! Yet their grip is loosening thanks to new legal market realities and an array of new information services competition.  Reduced information resource spending LexisNexis and...