Over at the Dewey B Strategic blog, Jean O’Grady reports a few tidbits from the American Lawyer 2014 survey of law firm librarians. Among those tidbits: “81% of are embedding librarian in practice groups up from 14% in 2012.”
That’s an amazing change! It sounds like embedded librarianship has become standard operating practice in law firms. Not that I’m surprised — in my SLA-funded research I studied a leading firm that had an outstanding program, and that was back in 2009 and 2011. It’s great to see the practice spreading!
(The ALM survey report is here; but unfortunately it’s behind a paywall.)