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Law Library Collection Development in the Digital Age
     

Law Library Collection Development in the Digital Age

by Gordon Russell
 

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ISBN-10: 078902022X

ISBN-13: 9780789020222

Pub. Date: 01/28/2003

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Chiorazzi and Russell (the directors of the law libraries at U. of Arizona and St. Thomas U., respectively) present 13 papers exploring the impact of digital publishing and other information technologies on law library collection management. Among the topics discussed are intellectual property, access to public legal records, consolidation in the legal publishing

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Chiorazzi and Russell (the directors of the law libraries at U. of Arizona and St. Thomas U., respectively) present 13 papers exploring the impact of digital publishing and other information technologies on law library collection management. Among the topics discussed are intellectual property, access to public legal records, consolidation in the legal publishing industry, and availability of legal texts on the Internet and databases. Also published as Legal Reference Services Quarterly, vol. 21, nos. 2/3 and 4. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789020222
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
01/28/2003
Pages:
340
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Books, Bytes, Bricks, and Bodies: Thinking About Collection Use in Academic Law Libraries
  • Re-Engineering the Law Library Resources Today for Tomorrow’s Users: A Response to “How Much of Your Print Collection Is Really on WESTLAW and LEXIS-NEXIS?”
  • Availability of Works Cited in Recent Law Review Articles on LEXIS, Westlaw, the Internet, and Other Databases
  • Strategic Planning for Distance Learning in Legal Education: Initial Thought on a Role for Libraries
  • Web Mirror Sites: Creating the Research Library of the Future, and More…
  • Legal Scholarship and Digital Publishing: Has Anything Changed in the Way We Do Legal Research?
  • Trust v. Antitrust: Consolidation in the Legal Publishing Industry
  • Access versus Ownership: A Changing Model of Intellectual Property
  • A Law Library in the New Century: The Creation of the University of St. Thomas Law Library
  • Electronic Journals in the Academic Law Library—Law Reviews and Beyond
  • Book Selection Services: One Law Library, Two Vendors
  • Changes in the Courthouse—Electronic Records, Filings and Court Dockets: Goals, Issues and the Road Ahead
  • The Changing Role of Law Library Vendors: The William S. Hein & Company Perspective
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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