Update from the Private Law Libraries Special Interest Group

05 May 2022 4:36 PM | Michel-Adrien Sheppard (Administrator)

From time to time, this blog will highlight initiatives, ideas, or activities coming from members, committees or special interest groups (SIGs).

Today: An Update from the Private Law Libraries Special Interest Group (PLL-SIG), by Marnie BaileyManager, Knowledge Services at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in Vancouver.

The PLL-SIG met April 5 for a discussion on what the return to the office looks like for law firm libraries.

Topics included moving more texts to online, continued love of print, moving to Single Sign On, online or in person training of students, and how often people are required to be / are in the office.

There was a wide range of responses for most of the topics, and it was nice to hear that other firms are in similar situations. It was a great discussion with firm librarians from across the country.

The notes will be posted to the PLL-SIG Basecamp site for members of the SIG.

The next PLL-SIG meeting will be during the May 2022 annual CALL conference, and I hope to see many of you there!


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