December 14, 2007
Law Librarians and Electronic Discovery
EDD (electronic data discovery or e-discovery) is all over the news these days as law firms and corporations struggle with internal information management and discovery, and learn the ropes of the new FRCP rules. Law.com has three articles in just the last day or two here, here, and here. It seems to me an it's area ripe for lawyer-librarian or corporation-information specialist collaboration and increasing the value of librarianship to the parent institution. Who knows how to mine data better than librarians? Who can better organize information than librarians? Who knows the ins and outs of metadata better than librarians? Just wondering, and also wondering if any librairans are doing this already. If you know of any, let me know! [JJ]
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