Saturday, November 02, 2013

What do Law Librarians do?

 “Law librarians are information managers, resource evaluators, access facilitators, expert researchers, teachers, and trainers. Law librarians possess the knowledge and skills to realize the full value of information in a changing work environment. Law librarians can bring value to organizations by reducing research time and information costs, thus saving money and resources.”

For more on the value added by law librarians as information evaluators, information managers, expert researchers, and teachers and trainers, see the American Association of Law Librarians’ “Statement on the Value Added to Organizations by Law Librarians.”