Processing large collections can present a challenge to archivists. When a large collection consists of case files from a law firm, issues can arise that few archivists have experience in managing. Despite the special concerns that must be addressed in managing a large collection of legal records, archivists have a strong interest in these collections because of the historical relevance of cases the firms handle or particular clients the firms represent.
Ellis, Carol and James, Russell D.,
""If at First You Don't Succeed": Blacksheer, Menefee & Stein, A Second Appraisal,"
Provenance, Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists
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