The author explores the computer applications and computerised methods of functioning that have become prevalent in India both in the library system and in the legal profession in India. However, Patil argues that modern technology and managerial techniques evolved during the last few years in India are no substitute for a capable and efficient administrator, who could use these tools to achieve the goals set for law libraries and to the legal profession. The prospects of introducing modern technology in India depends on administrative, physical, and operational decisions. Further, such a system finally created with its infrastructure, may give lead for the establishment of world-wide information network activities. (Editor’s abstract.)
"Computerised library system and the legal profession,"
National Law School Journal: Vol. 1:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://repository.nls.ac.in/nlsj/vol1/iss1/8