Academic law libraries
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As academic law libraries continue to face the inevitability of a rapidly changing landscape which includes a new breed of digital users with sophisticated technological needs, it remains to be seen what libraries will look like in years to come. It is certain that libraries as we know them today will have changed, but to what extent? An ability to remain adaptable and to anticipate the evolving needs of users in a dynamic environment will continue to be key for libraries to remain relevant, and even to survive, in the 21st century; vital to this endeavor will also be an institutional commitment to risk taking, sustained creativity, and innovation.
Aiken, Julian; Cadmus, Femi; and Shapiro, Fred, "Not Your Parents' Law Library: A Tale of Two Academic Law Libraries" (2012). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 655.
Published in: The Green Bag (2nd series), vol. 16, no. 1 (Autumn 2012).