The "Information Age" has given us a new vocabulary and new resources. Today's legal researchers must be prepared to explore information in a variety of formats—
written, oral, interactive, digital, visual, and electronic—
in a multitude of place—
archives, libraries, and museums. They must be able to consider information of all kinds, from scientific to archaeological, from engineering to chemistry, and much more.
As information continues to proliferate, all of us will require special knowledge and skills merely to determine what data we need.
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