Not ANOTHER !?$#@ Law Question?!: Reference Strategies for Business Librarians

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BRASS Program, ALA Annual Conference, July 10, 2000


Bibliography

Prof. Lois Cherepon
St. John's University, New York
Cherepol@stjohns.edu


Books | Websites



BOOKS

Cohen, Morris L., and Kent C. Olson. Legal Research in a Nutshell . 6th ed. St.Paul: West, 1996.

Eis, Arlene L., ed. The Legal Researcher's Desk Reference 2000-01 . Teaneck: Infosources, 1999.

Elias, Stephen, and Susan Levinkind. Legal Research: How to Find and Understand the Law . 7th ed. Berkeley: Nolo Press, 1999.

Jacobstein, J. Myron, Roy M. Mersky, and Donald J. Dunn. Fundamentals of Legal Research . 7th ed. Mineola: Foundation Press, 1998.

Leiter, Richard A., ed. National Survey of State Laws . 3rd ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 1999.

Olson, Kent C. Legal Information: How to Find It, How to Use It . Phoenix: Oryx, 1999.

Wasserman, Steven, et al., eds. Law and Legal Information Directory . 10th ed. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1999.

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WEBSITES

AltaVista. "FindLaw.LawCrawler." http://www.lawcrawler.com/ (22 June 2000).

Cornell University Law School. "Legal Information Institute." http://www.law.cornell.edu/ (22 June 2000).

Eslamboly, Bahman. "Law Guru.com." http://www.lawguru.com/ilawlib/index.html (22 June 2000).

Goldberger & Associates. "The Law Engine!" http://www.thelawengine.com/index.htm (22 June 2000).

Johnson, Charles W. "How Our Laws are Made." http://thomas.loc.gov/home/lawsmade.toc.html (22 June 2000).

Law.com. "Law.com." http://www.law.com/service/aboutlaw.html (22 June 2000).

LawSource, Inc. "American Law Sources On-line." http://www.lawsource.com/also/ (22 June 2000).

"The Library of Congress." http://lcweb.loc.gov (22 June 2000).

The Library of Congress. "Global Legal Information Network - GLIN." http://lcweb2.loc.gov/law/GLINv1/GLIN.html (22 June 2000).

The Library of Congress. "Law Library of Congress." http://memory.loc.gov/lawweb/public/htdoc/index.html (22 June 2000).

The Library of Congress. "Thomas - Legislative Information on the Internet." http://thomas.loc.gov/ (22 June 2000).

The National Law Journal. "The National Law Journal - nlj.com." http://www.nlj.com/ (22 June 2000).

Villanova University School of Law & Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology. "CILP - Center for Information Law and Policy." http://www.law.vill.edu/ (22 June 2000).

Washburn University School of Law. "WashLaw Web." http://www.washlaw.edu/ (22 June 2000)

Yale Law School. "Lillian Goldman Law Library." http://www.yale.edu/law/library/ (22 June 2000).

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