Asked & Answered: Heather Simmons on the Future of Law Libraries

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Law librarians have been in the front lines as the information revolution moves more and more content from the printed page to digital formats. Law schools, law firms and the courts have had to change the way they store, access and view documents and reference materials. Heather Simmons is an assistant professor of library service at the University of Illinois College of Law. She has worked at the General Motors Library and Wayne State University Law Library. Simmons is currently serving her third term on the State Bar of Michigan’s Libraries, Legal Research, and Legal Publications Committee. She is also active in the American Association of Law Libraries and served on its executive board from 1997 to 2000.

PeriodMar 6 2014

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