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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
 
Vol. 5, No. 129
 
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With conference season in full swing, everyone's focus is once again firmly on the future of our profession. From sessions on the library of tomorrow to deep dives into technological disruption, our longevity and vitality as professionals is top of mind. With so much rapid change within our industry, this focus comes with very good reason. The future is literally unfolding all around us. As today's highlighted article remind us, its fortunes favor the bold.

2020 Vision

In her latest posting for Visionary Information Solutions, Donna Terjesen takes the talent bull by its proverbial horns. Looking at the challenges that face our firms and their clients, she reminds us that our futures are tightly intertwined with theirs. How we respond to those changing needs is key. She writes,"The librarian leaders and information professionals of the future will be required to be business strategists and proficient technologists. Law firms that want to remain competitive will need to enable their attorneys with a profoundly new research model that drives optimal value into the delivery of legal services to sustain their competitive edge. The attorneys are hungry for it, the clients are demanding it; the time is now to build the talent model that can feed it now and into the future." It's a powerful statement for changing times! Read the rest at: Managing Talent and Technology in Research Services to Succeed in 2020.

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Thinking ahead,

John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Editor of Librarian News Digest
Senior Director of Research & Intelligence, LibSource - an LAC Group Company
Founder & Co-editor, TILT blog
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TOP NEWS

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  1. Managing Talent and Technology in Research Services to Succeed in 2020, VIS Legal, June 28, 2016
  2. Instant Logo Search, Phil Bradley's Weblog, June 28, 2016
  3. Two Factor Authentication: A Lesson for Dummies, Your IT Consultant, June 28, 2016

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Library Association News

  1. Book Review: Knowledge Management for Lawyers, AALL Spectrum, June 28, 2016

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OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES / TOPICS

Compliance

  1. Contents of Personal Computers and Email Accounts Within Scope of Discovery, Search Ordered by Court, Electronic Discovery Law - K & L Gates, June 28, 2016
Knowledge Management

  1. Book Review: Knowledge Management for Lawyers, AALL Spectrum, June 28, 2016
Technology

  1. Adobe Spearheads Consortium To Build Open Standard for Cloud Digital Signatures, Robert Ambrogi's LawSites, June 28, 2016

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Association News

  1. Change of BIALL Officers Announcement, British and Irish Association of Law Libraries, June 28, 2016
Press Releases

  1. FactSet Third Quarter Results Highlighted by EPS Growth of 12%, FactSet: Press Releases, June 28, 2016
  2. Reflecting on the Jinfo Research Focus "Source Expertise - What It Means in a Google World", jinfo (formerly Free Pint), June 28, 2016
  3. Product review of PatentInspiration (key advantages; introduction; contact details), jinfo (formerly Free Pint), June 28, 2016

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