The Resource Reader in law librarianship, edited by Bernard D. Reams, Jr

Reader in law librarianship, edited by Bernard D. Reams, Jr

Label
Reader in law librarianship
Title
Reader in law librarianship
Statement of responsibility
edited by Bernard D. Reams, Jr
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NjRocCCS
Index
index present
LC call number
Z675.L2
LC item number
R43 1976
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1943-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Reams, Bernard D.
Series statement
  • Readers in librarianship and information science
  • HeinOnline Spinelli's law library reference shelf
Series volume
[22]
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Law libraries
  • Law librarians
  • Legal research
Target audience
specialized
Label
Reader in law librarianship, edited by Bernard D. Reams, Jr
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Raymond M. Taylor
  • New protection for lawbook users
  • Reymond M. Taylor
  • For lawyers, West isn't a direction-it's a way of life
  • Newton W. Lamson
  • Lawbook publishing: a $145 million -a-year business
  • Richard Sandza
  • Law librarianship as a profession
  • Law libraries and librarians
  • Christine A. Brock
  • The environment of law libraries
  • The law library in a new law school
  • Marian G. Gallagher
  • What the dean (and faculty member) should know about their law librarian
  • Alphonse Squillante
  • American Association of Law Libraries certification of law librarians
  • Association of American Law Schools Executive Committee Regulations-Library
  • American Bar Association Standards and Rules of Procedure-Library
  • Towards a philosophy of law librarianship
  • Morris L. Cohen
  • The dimensions of law librarianship
  • The legal profession: past, present and future
  • Carleton W. Kenyon
  • The obligations of a law librarian
  • W. W. S. Breem
  • An ethical code for law librarianship?
  • Arthur A. Charpentier
  • The organization of law library services
  • The place of the law school library in library administration
  • Miles O. Price
  • Autonomy versus integration in law library administration: a reply to Dr. Price
  • Ervin H. Pollack
  • Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich
  • The autonomous law school library: what it can mean to you
  • James F. Bailey, III
  • What is happening to your law library?
  • D. Dean Willard
  • Library costs
  • Peter deL. Swords and Frank K. Walwer
  • Program budgeting and work measurement for law libraries
  • Jon S. Schulz
  • A history of the developments of Classification K (Law) at the Library of Congress
  • Martha M. Evans
  • The professional user: the library and informational service needs of practitioners
  • The new scope and content of cooperative cataloging for law libraries
  • Joseph T. Vambery
  • Whom we shall serve: secondary patrons of the university law school library
  • Cameron Allen
  • Microform brief
  • Bethany J. Ochal
  • Standard 2.3: Access to Legal Materials-National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals
  • The present legal status and conditions of prison law libraries
  • O. James Werner
  • Legal research and information handling
  • Estelle Brodman
  • How does the law change? the case for legal research
  • Jeanne Halpern
  • Research habits of lawyers
  • Morris L. Cohen
  • Crystal gazing: the problem of legislative history
  • Elizabeth Finley
  • Crystal gazing: legislative history in action
  • Ray Stringham
  • The legal research problem
  • Christine A. Brock
  • The law library and legal research
  • What's happening in computer-assisted legal research?
  • William G. Harrington
  • Information science techniques for legal searching
  • Deborah C. Goshien
  • Law and computers: overview update 1975
  • Peter Nycum
  • The revolution is almost here
  • Stephen Singular
  • Electronic legal retrieval: the impact of computers on a profession
  • Philip Slayton
  • Robert Smith
  • New directions for law libraries
  • New directions for law libraries: alternatives for the future
  • Erwin C. Surrency
  • Working group summary on network planning
  • Carlos A. Cuadra
  • Cooperative acquisitions: the experience of general libraries and prospects for law libraries
  • Mario Goderich and Lorraine Kulpa
  • Lawbook consumers need protection
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 375 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Sirsi) ccn00395415
Label
Reader in law librarianship, edited by Bernard D. Reams, Jr
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
  • ©2013 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Raymond M. Taylor
  • New protection for lawbook users
  • Reymond M. Taylor
  • For lawyers, West isn't a direction-it's a way of life
  • Newton W. Lamson
  • Lawbook publishing: a $145 million -a-year business
  • Richard Sandza
  • Law librarianship as a profession
  • Law libraries and librarians
  • Christine A. Brock
  • The environment of law libraries
  • The law library in a new law school
  • Marian G. Gallagher
  • What the dean (and faculty member) should know about their law librarian
  • Alphonse Squillante
  • American Association of Law Libraries certification of law librarians
  • Association of American Law Schools Executive Committee Regulations-Library
  • American Bar Association Standards and Rules of Procedure-Library
  • Towards a philosophy of law librarianship
  • Morris L. Cohen
  • The dimensions of law librarianship
  • The legal profession: past, present and future
  • Carleton W. Kenyon
  • The obligations of a law librarian
  • W. W. S. Breem
  • An ethical code for law librarianship?
  • Arthur A. Charpentier
  • The organization of law library services
  • The place of the law school library in library administration
  • Miles O. Price
  • Autonomy versus integration in law library administration: a reply to Dr. Price
  • Ervin H. Pollack
  • Herbert L. Packer and Thomas Ehrlich
  • The autonomous law school library: what it can mean to you
  • James F. Bailey, III
  • What is happening to your law library?
  • D. Dean Willard
  • Library costs
  • Peter deL. Swords and Frank K. Walwer
  • Program budgeting and work measurement for law libraries
  • Jon S. Schulz
  • A history of the developments of Classification K (Law) at the Library of Congress
  • Martha M. Evans
  • The professional user: the library and informational service needs of practitioners
  • The new scope and content of cooperative cataloging for law libraries
  • Joseph T. Vambery
  • Whom we shall serve: secondary patrons of the university law school library
  • Cameron Allen
  • Microform brief
  • Bethany J. Ochal
  • Standard 2.3: Access to Legal Materials-National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals
  • The present legal status and conditions of prison law libraries
  • O. James Werner
  • Legal research and information handling
  • Estelle Brodman
  • How does the law change? the case for legal research
  • Jeanne Halpern
  • Research habits of lawyers
  • Morris L. Cohen
  • Crystal gazing: the problem of legislative history
  • Elizabeth Finley
  • Crystal gazing: legislative history in action
  • Ray Stringham
  • The legal research problem
  • Christine A. Brock
  • The law library and legal research
  • What's happening in computer-assisted legal research?
  • William G. Harrington
  • Information science techniques for legal searching
  • Deborah C. Goshien
  • Law and computers: overview update 1975
  • Peter Nycum
  • The revolution is almost here
  • Stephen Singular
  • Electronic legal retrieval: the impact of computers on a profession
  • Philip Slayton
  • Robert Smith
  • New directions for law libraries
  • New directions for law libraries: alternatives for the future
  • Erwin C. Surrency
  • Working group summary on network planning
  • Carlos A. Cuadra
  • Cooperative acquisitions: the experience of general libraries and prospects for law libraries
  • Mario Goderich and Lorraine Kulpa
  • Lawbook consumers need protection
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 375 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Sirsi) ccn00395415

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