AALL Spectrum

AALL Spectrum / September/October 2018 / Volume 23, Number 1

AALL Spectrum / Published by American Association of Law Libraries

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PUTTING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO WORK IN LAW FIRMS How librarians are using AI to increase efficiency and productivity. BY ED WALTERS & MORGAN WRIGHT DATA-DRIVEN DECISION-MAKING: GETTING STARTED WITH REFERENCE TRACKING SYSTEMS & DATA ANALYTICS How using reference statistics can help us better understand our users, staff, and organizations. BY AMY ATCHISON & JUNE H. LIEBERT FEATURES 2 AALL SPECTRUM | WWW.AALLNET.ORG 16 20 23 LET'S TEACH OUR STUDENTS LEGAL TECHNOLOGY … BUT WHAT SHOULD WE INCLUDE? Five law library directors who teach legal technology share their thoughts and advice. BY RANDY J. DIAMOND, DARIN FOX, KENNETH J. HIRSH, HEIDI FROSTESTAD KUEHL & MICHAEL ROBAK CANNABIS LAW & LAWYERING: DEVELOPMENTS IN 2018 The current legal landscape, what the future may hold, and useful resources. BY EMILIE RUSSELL Putting artificial intelligence to work. Cover image © iStockPhoto.com/Agsandrew/Matejmo 16 INSIDE S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 IN EVERY ISSUE Editor's Note 1 President's Message 5 Wild Card 48 29 BoK DOMAINS KEY Professionalism + Leadership at Every Level Research + Analysis Information Management Teaching + Training Marketing + Outreach Management + Business Acumen

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