From librarian to knowledge manager

From the October 4 issue of The Lawyer, a British online legal publication, an article about the increased role and responsibilities of senior legal librarians (SLLs). "They are now responsible for the management of powerful online legal information services and practice tools, teams of researchers and ensuring lawyers are fully trained to use the latest research tools and supplied with all the additional information they need to pursue their sector specialisations." The article also notes that more than half of them have new titles that don't include the word "librarian." [The]

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