The American Lawyer discusses law firm outsourcing

LAC Group executives, LibSource client and others weigh in

The American Lawyer, a publication of information company ALM, recently posted an article about the growing trend of law library outsourcing to independent providers, like LAC Group’s own LibSource.

LAC Group CEO Deborah Schwarz and COO Robert Corrao are quoted in the short piece, as are American Association of Law Libraries President Keith Ann Stiverson and Nina Cunningham, a library consultant at Quidlibit Research.

The article explains the trend as a move “by Am Law 200 firms to save money on support services, especially as legal research draws increasingly on online re­sources.” However other important benefits cited include improved service levels and real estate savings, especially in costly cities like New York.

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Cate North

Cate North

Cate North is part of LAC Group's remote, flexible (part-time) workforce. As Content Marketing Manager, she writes, edits and oversees articles, papers and other content for the company's five divisions. Much of her job entails nudging the company's thought leaders and information professionals to share their stories.
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