Navigating Technology Change in a Large Firm: Greenberg Traurig “gamification” project helps library patrons embrace eBooks

Navigating Technology Change in a Large Firm: Greenberg Traurig “gamification” project helps library patrons embrace eBooks

Greenberg Traurig, LLP, an international firm and one of The Am Law 100® members, has a strong focus on helping clients navigate change. This requires legal prowess, a collaborative culture and advanced technology. Embracing technology helps the firm to:

    • Keep costs down
    • Keep attorneys highly accessible to clients
    • Expedite cases and solutions

In line with those objectives, in 2013 Greenberg Traurig began using eBook technology to complement the firm’s physical book collection and make titles more accessible to attorneys from anywhere, anytime, via computers and mobile devices. The change was also designed to save physical space and reduce operational costs. Right now the firm has nearly 200 titles available as eBooks.

Greenberg Traurig uses LexisNexis® Digital Library, which provides access to authoritative legal eBook content on a variety of major mobile devices and desktop platforms.

The firm uses this offering to share eBook titles among multiple users, purchase eBooks centrally and manage its eBook library efficiently via one central, electronic platform.

LexisNexis eBooks now include active links from citation references to statutes, cases, treatises and other materials via the Lexis Advance® research solution. This fosters a seamless transition from book research to online resources.

To realize optimal benefits, Greenberg Traurig decided to give library patrons a positive educational experience encouraging them to embrace eBook technology. It was time to help firm professionals navigate change.

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