Highly recommended for academic and public libraries.
Highly recommended for public, academic, and law libraries.
...one of a kind. Highly recommended for all libraries.
Can a book on legal research be informative, well-written and witty? If you thought the answer was no, then you should pick up a copy of...Legal Information: How to Find It, How to Use It....a thorough, well-researched, thoughtful, and informative work....appears to be the first research book of the new generation that integrates traditional and electronic research in a seamless fashion....For any librarian who ever has to undertake legal research this book is indispensable.
...will be welcomed by reference and collection development librarians wishing to expand their knowledge of legal information sources.
Usefully, throughout the book, these electronic forms are given coverage under the kind of information they provide rather than by focussing on the electronic type....There is also a good cross-reference index. This along with the list of exhibits (illustrations) and tables gives good sighposting within the book....Make no mistake, a lot of very detailed work has gone into this publication...One very handy feature is the list of topics covered at the beginning of each chapter. This acts as a summary of what is covered in the chapter and makes for easy referencing by users....It is probably a very practical and useful guide to carious groups....such as the general public, students, lawyers, law librarians etc. and anyone else needing to know where to find US legal information.
[f]ulfills a need in the legal bibliography arena.
...an appropriate title for most public and academic libraries.