Manual of Law Librianship: The Use and Organization of Legal Literature
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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legislation by D J Way
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AACR2 academic Acts annotated annual appear Association of Law British Library Butterworths canon law catalogue century Chapter citation codes collections command papers Commission Committee common law Commonwealth Constitution contains Council countries Court of Session covering criminal Current Law database decisions dictionary Digest Directory documents edition encyclopedia English law entries European Communities federal HMSO House of Lords Institute international law Irish Isle issued jurisdiction law books law libraries Law Reports lawyers legal bibliography legal literature legal materials Legal Periodicals legal system legislation LEXIS librarian looseleaf Manual ment Northern Ireland official publications organizations Parliament Parliamentary printed published records reference Republic of Ireland Roman law Roman-Dutch law rules Scotland Scots law Scottish serials session sources Soviet staff statutes Statutory Instruments supplement textbooks tion treaties uniform title United Kingdom users volumes