Information Seeking, Legal Research, Law Librarianship
As IT, Reference and Instruction librarians, we have experienced significant changes to the shape of legal information over the past five years. The changes are to both the very nature of legal information and how we perceive it. This can be illustrated by our use of the phrase "legal information". Depending on your age and life situation, the words "legal information" will have created specific images in your mind. These changes in perception challenge how we develop our programs of legal research instruction.
David H Michels and Mark Lewis, “The Changing Shape of Legal Information” (2009) 34:2 Canadian Law Libraries Review 67.