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BIALL Handbook of Legal Information Management 2nd ed

Edited by: Loyita Worley, Sarah Spells

ISBN13: 9781409423966
Previous Edition ISBN: 0754641821
Published: July 2014
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00

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The second edition of this popular handbook has been thoroughly updated by the original team of experts and some new contributors, to provide current best practice guidance on the key legal information issues for every type of service.

Each of the chapters is updated to reflect general changes in law libraries and their users in the past seven years. In particular, the handbook covers new information technologies, including social networking and communication.

New chapters also focus on the key topics of outsourcing, and the impact of the 2007 Legal Services Act. The second edition of this valuable handbook continues to be an important professional reference tool for managers and staff of all types of legal information services, and will help them with the challenges they face in their work every day.

Legal Practice Management
Foreword, Jas Breslin
Law libraries and their users, Jules Winterton
Sources of legal information and their organisation, Guy Holborn
Legal research - techniques and tips, Peter Clinch
Legal technologies: Current awareness systems, Dean Mason
Law firm intranets, Sally Roberts
Library management systems (LMS), Mandy Webster
Financial management: Planning and budgeting, Sarah Brittain and Michael Maher
Negotiating online subscriptions, Fiona Fogden
Managing legal information professionals, Jack Berry and Loyita Worley
Copyright and data protection, Chris Holland
What is knowledge management? Just 'knowledge management', Ann Hemming
Collection management: Cataloguing and classification, Diana Morris
Developing the collection and managing the space, Lesley Young
Taxonomies and indexing, Christine Miskin
E-learning and virtual learning environments, Angela Donaldson
Planning a training session, Emily Allbon
Making the most of social media tools, James Mullan
Outsourcing, Kate Stanfield and Sophie Thompson
The Legal Services Act, Amanda McKenzie
Case studies: Academic law libraries, Diane Raper
Freelance legal information professionals, Karen Scott
Government department libraries, Penny Scott, Stephanie Curran, Kathy Turner and Rachel Robbins
Law firm libraries and information services, Loyita Worley
Solo librarians, Nicola Herbert
Professional society libraries: the Northern Ireland experience of change and repositioning, Heather Semple