Here is an essential introductory guide on all aspects of law librarianship written especially for non-law librarians, library school students, and beginning law librarians. Although there are several excellent practical handbooks and numerous articles on specific topics of law librarianship for practicing law librarians, Basics of Law Librarianship is the only resource that addresses the information needs of the student or new law librarian. Author Deborah Panella, managing librarian of a large, prominent New York law firm, explores the major areas of law librarianship. She covers vital topics such as the legal clientele, collection development, research tools, technical services, impact of technology, and management issues, and describes what makes law libraries different from other special libraries. She has written a clear, readable volume without excessive detail or the use of special terminology. The bibliography of law library literature and the index add enormously to the bookas value as a major reference.Having the most current version of statutes then becomes a key component of effective legal research, and not an easy one. Another ... Review essay: legal research books, manuals and guidesamore than enough. Law Library Journal.
|Title||:||Basics of Law Librarianship|
|Author||:||Deborah Panella, Ellis Mount|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-11-12|