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Following up on the 2018 program Technology Competence in Legal Practice: Where Do Libraries Fit In? This could be a panel discussion on if the ABA guidance addresses only a duty to understand the technology available or a duty to USE technology in legal practice. What would be the minimum technological understanding that would meet client's needs? Are firms/universities/government addressing this in a meaningful way? ...more »
Social media has become a part of our everyday lives. Learn how librarians can ethically identify, collect, and use information from social media platforms for investigations or litigation. How can we identify individuals or companies who have an online presence but are trying to remain anonymous?
Have someone from the Congressional Research Service come and discuss the services they provide to assist Congress. What is their rule in providing policy expertise? What information produced by the CRS is publicly available to researchers?
Big data is everywhere and there are new offerings from the big vendors. Legal information professionals need to understand what data is being mined for the analytics tools that we and our patrons are using. How do the tools compare in terms of coverage and how results are presented? Focus on how we can teach our users to think critically about how to analyze and use this data.