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Abstract

The paper is aimed at exploring the dimensions of information synergy between legal practitioners and librarians in the contemporary digital age. The study reveals the advancement of digital technologies in the legal profession with respect to information synergy between the librarians and legal practitioners. However, dimensions of information synergy between legal practitioners and librarians was highlighted in connection to some services offered in the law library. The study concentrates on few library services that involve greater synergy in legal industry through the influence of digital technologies.

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