There has been a lot of press recently on law libraries moving from a mix of print and electronic materials to an all (or mostly) digital collection. Here is a wrap up, starting with the CRIV session at AALL entitled The Bookless Law Library: Potential Reality or Flight of Fancy. If you missed it you can read the review of the program in the latest CRIV Sheet (page 7) here: http://www.aallnet.org/mm/Publications/spectrum/Archives/Vol-19/No-2/criv.pdf
That was followed by the LLAGNY program, Kaye Scholer Library: The New Model for Going Digital.
And Dewey B. Strategic provided this in-depth piece entitled It Takes More Than a Dumpster to Build A Digital Law Library: 12 Critical Components For Digital Law Library Transformations.