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AALL Spectrum / July/August 2017 / Volume 21, Number 6

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48 AALL SPECTRUM | WWW.AALLNET.ORG LAW FIRM AND ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVES Challenges in collection development and with acquiring, maintaining, and preserving what matters most to attorneys and legal researchers in the digital age. I n an age of rapidly expanding sources of legal information, shrinking resources, and changing priorities, how do we characterize and create the twenty-first century law collection? This article presents two viewpoints: Christine Bowersox, former collection management librarian at Harris Beach PLLC, and Sheri H. Lewis, director of the D'Angelo Law Library at the University of Chicago, share their insights and views on collection devel- opment. Both perspectives suggest a unified theme and include challenges—now and in the future—for both academic and private communities on how to build and balance law collections. EDUCATION COLLECTION BUILDING IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

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