Setting the legal information agenda for the year 2000: based on a workshop of the American Association of Law Libraries National Legal Resources Committee, Washington, D.C., October 23-26, 1988, Volume 1
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B Kathleen Price Judith Wright Setting the Legal Information Agenda
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