Shaping Legal Data Analytics
Stouffer, Christine M.
Baker, Jamie J.
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Responses from two directors of law libraries (one university and one corporate) to the question, “How are you preparing legal information professionals to incorporate data analytics into their research work product? Are there any best practices you can share?” These two directors look at data analytics and discuss how they have incorporated best practices into their libraries.
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