This comprehensive a easy-to-use guide is designed to help librarians, beginning law a paralegal students, a the general public quickly find the legal information they need. The author, a public services librarian at the University of Virginia Law Library, takes a broad view of the law's value in other disciplines a examines resources found in general libraries or on the Internet. Commercial online databases a references found in specialized law libraries are also discussed. Olson suggests the best sources for different kinds of information, a explains how these resources compare to other available material. Beginning with an overview of the legal system a a discussion of dictionaries a guides, the author examines general reference sources, books, journals, a legal directories. Sections are also devoted to the Constitution, the Supreme Court, a sources of legislative, judicial, a administrative law on the federal a state levels.ILRG is organized into sections for academia (including course outlines and information on law school rankings), the legal ... The University of Southern California Law Library alt;http://www.usc.edu/dept/law-libagt;, which has a topic list of legalanbsp;...
|Author||:||Kent C. Olson|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 1999|