Articles Tagged with Software licensing

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Library (and law firm) database (and eBook) licensing can be tricky, to put it mildly.

There are hundreds, thousands even, of fee-based subscription databases used by lawyers, legal researchers, librarians, historians, etc.  If you need to negotiate and manage a database contract, here is a useful primer, and much more:

The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) has posted the following Code of Best Practices for Licensing Electronic Resources guidelines on its website, with easy access for everyone, not just AALL members:

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Lawyers, law firms, and law libraries have historically shared books with each other. We now have some important eBook purchsing, borrowing, lending, and licensing issues to catch up on.

This will cost time and money to learn, prepare, monitor, and audit.

At the very least you will need the right eReader, the right App, and the right license.