Manual of Law Librarianship: The Use and Organization of Legal Literature
Deutsch for the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians, 1976 - Law libraries - 733 pages
This is an in depth guide to legal literature form all over the world. It is arranged in four parts, the law library,the users and a review of legal systems and literature; legal literature from the British Isles, the Commonwealth and the United States; legal literature from other legal systems; and a survey of law library practice.
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Foreword by Professor Owen Hood Phillips President
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