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Published on Jul 9, 2012
July 9 (Bloomberg) -- Law firms are moving in the direction of having libraries the "size of a phone booth," as research has moved from a central location to the attorney's desktop, says DLA Piper's Director of Research Services and Libraries Jean O'Grady. Libraries are becoming more like the retail hubs of Apple, "a place where people go to collaborate and learn how to do things more efficiently," she tells Bloomberg Law's Spencer Mazyck. That means librarians increasingly have to focus on highly specialized research, so law firms can deliver more value to clients, she says.