E-Resources and their Usage Patterns among the Lawyers of the Supreme Court of India: a Case Study


  • Annamalai University, Library and Information Science Wing, Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalai Nagar, 608 002, India


The present study is concentrated on the evaluation of the use of electronic resources and services in terms of use and user satisfaction in Supreme Court Library. Results of the present study show that senior advocates have specialized themselves in criminal law. The study reveals that 3-4 hours of access to internet is quite common among the respondents of government advocates and junior advocates. The analysis shows that senior advocate respondents rank first position with respect to their overall purpose of gathering e-resources, panel advocate respondents the second, government advocates, the third and junior advocates, the last. The study reveals that junior advocate respondents take the first position with respect to their overall problems in accessing e-resources , government advocate respondents, the second, panel advocates the third and senior advocates the last.


E-resources, Internet, Supreme Court of India, Library Services, Cd-rom Databases, Legal Websites.

Subject Discipline

Library Management

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