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Generational Divides: Paper and Electronic Resources by Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong of Nossaman LLP Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong, J.D., M.L.I.S., is a Research Librarian at Nossaman LLP in San Francisco. She connects attorneys with the information they need and trains them on resources they'll need to use. Jocelyn's personal research interests include attorney information-seeking behavior and how the transition to online research is affecting the way attorneys think about the law. She can be contacted at In every area of the law firm, new technology is changing how we do business. In the law library, where we connect attorneys with the information and resources they need to win their cases, online resources are becoming more and more common. Most firm libraries have worked to ensure that there isn't too much duplication of resources between print and online sources, saving their firms money and bringing attorneys into the digital age in the process. You might wonder why I say librarians have focused on making 54 AALL/ILTA White Paper

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