Posted on January 7, 2020 by
In keeping with the tradition of publishing a New Year’s list that highlights the most widely read stories of the prior year, here is our listing of the top stories that appeared in Librarian News in 2019. What do you suppose it says about the libraries of the future that by far and away the most read item was about Maintaining Connections in a Virtual Library?
Posted on October 23, 2019 by Joseph Lamport
Casetext keeps leading the way by introducing powerful new applications of AI in the legal research market. This week they announced the roll out of CARA Patent, a new product that leverages the power of AI technology to transform patent law research.
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Turning Our Attention . . . Kind of
As we bring yet another week to a close, we finally have somewhat of a break in the pandemic news. I suspect this has more to do with a technical hiccup than lack of attention by writers and bloggers. Whatever the cause, I can live with it for a day. I dare say that it is a refreshing change of pace as I sit here in self-imposed exile. Today we feature two entries from tech guru Bob Ambrogi. Both focus on steps being taken by vendors to expand their business and offerings. As they say, the show must go on. I, for one, am glad that it is! I hope you are all are staying well and staying safe. Take it away, Bob...
- First up, we get news of an very interesting and timely offer from our friends at PacerPro. Bob has written extensively about this company and their innovative platform before. Get a chance to try it - at no cost to you or your firm - in: In Response to COVID-19 Crisis, PacerPro Offers Three Months Free Access.
- Then Bob brings us the skinny on some very exciting developments at Casetext. It seems that not only has one firm taken notice of what the company has to offer, but have decided to make a big investment in its future development. Wondering who? Take a look at: Top Law Firm Invests $8.2M in Legal Research Company Casetext.
Ready for a weekend breather,
John J. DiGilio, MLIS, JD, Co-editor of Librarian News Digest
Firmwide Director of Research Services, Sidley Austin LLP
Founder & Editor, informed.JD
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/in/johndigilio/
Note: Any opinions expressed are solely my own and are not intended to reflect those of my employer or affiliated organizations.