I know a few law librarians.
I make no secret of it.
Some of them have been essential in making Slaw a success — and only in part because they “got” IT light years ahead of the legal profession generally. Some have been engines driving the creation of powerful institutions of legal learning. Some have even been known to play vital roles in firms that practice law.
Why, then, do law firms hide their law librarians as if they were . . . dipsomaniac uncles and aunts?
I don’t say that firms sequester them in dank, windowless quarters. Or that . . . [more]