1.05 CASE STUDIES (p. 11)
The purpose of a case study is to highlight a problem, discuss a way in which the problem can be solved or present the need for research, clinical applications or theoretical matters. Case studies are reports of materials obtained in the process of working with an indiviual, or group, community or organziation. The case study below highlights the law firm Sidley Austin Brown & Wood.
The abstract for a case study include the followgin: (p. 27)
Case studies can be found in EBSCO and Gale databases by selecting "case study" in the Document Type or Publication Type box.
Barr, J. (2003). A disaster plan in action: how a law firm in the World Trade Center survived 9/11 with vital records and employees
intact. Information Management Journal, 37(3), 28. Retrieved from Academic Serach Complete databases.