Legal Information: what it is and where to find it

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Routledge, Sep 2, 2003 - Law - 120 pages
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The guide clearly and concisely shows how to source legal information, and how to deal with legal databases and the need-it-now demands of the marketplace. This second edition has been fully revised and updated, and will include for the first time: Internet addresses for the leading law information sites (both free and subscriber-only), and information on the law publications/Internet sites of the newly formed Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly.

Contents: Introduction; Finding and using a law collection; The literature of law in the British Isles; The literature of law in selected countries outside the British Isles; Contacts.

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Peter Clinch is Information Specialist - Law at Cardiff University. He is experienced in teaching legal research skills and is the adviser on library provision and legal research skills training to the General Council of the Bar for England and Wales. He is the author of Teaching Legal Research.
David R. Hart is Law Librarian at the University of Dundee. He is a former Chair of the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians and is presently Chairman of the Scottish Working Group on Official Publications.

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