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What is CI? Part 1
By Dallas Association of Law Librarians
Here's a presentation by Jennifer Alexander & Margaret Hennessy at the PLI-LLAGNY Research Briefing. It's called
An Introduction to Competitive Intelligence in the Law Firm Environment
Full post as published by Lex Scripta on May 09, 2012 ( boomark
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