December 30, 2013

ARE LAW LIBRARIES DOOMED? “The problem isn’t just about money. It’s also about demand. Legal historians are ‘still attached to traditional law libraries,’ he writes, but most faculty now are doing most of their legal research electronically. Mr. Milles says the decline of the law library would be steeper were it not for the incentives created by U.S. News & World Report’s law-school rankings, which rewards schools with higher expenditures per student.”

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