Is your school competing in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition? Don’t let your team lag behind—use this incredible and updated compilation to quickly find key information in past Jessup competition volumes.
- Must-have guide for Jessup competition teams
- Easy-to-follow indices now include nearly 60 years of information and cover more than 50 volumes of materials
- References timely issues in international law
- Perfect for students, faculty, and legal professionals!
About This Title
The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world’s largest moot court competition, with participants from more than 645 law schools in 95 countries. Scholars and practitioners write the annual problem for the Jessup Competition based on issues posed by a hypothetical case.
The purpose of this book is to provide information and access to the more than 50 volumes comprising the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition materials through indices and finding aids. These indices serve as a handy preparation tool for the Jessup competition teams and also provide a great reference to timely issues for students, faculty, and lawyers researching international law.
The book includes subject indices, as well as indices of champions, runners-up and best memorials. This second edition contains indices/finding aids for the entire set from 1960 through 2017.
About The Authors
Sima Mirkin became a catalog librarian at the Washington College of Law Library in 2004. She has worked in the District of Columbia academic law libraries including George Washington, Catholic and Georgetown Universities since 1991, and has experience in all facets of the technical services operations. At the Pence Law Library, Ms. Mirkin was heavily involved in the implementation and configuration of the following information technology library systems: The III’s Electronic Resource Management module and Content Access Service; WebBridge LR, OpenURL link resolver; and WebBridge Pathfinder Pro, a Smart Linking™ technology tool. She currently is participating in the migration project from III’s Sierra integrated library system to Ex Libris’ Alma and Primo. Ms. Mirkin is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Law Librarians’ Society of the District of Columbia. In 2007 she was elected to the office of Secretary/Treasurer of the AALL Technical Services Special Interest Section Executive Board and served in this position for two years.
Wanhong (Linda) Wen
Linda Wen joined the Washington College of Law Library as the Head of Collections and Bibliographic Services in 2014. Previously, she worked as Head of IT at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Systems Librarian at Henderson State University. At the Pence Law Library, Ms. Wen is responsible for cataloging library resources as well as maintaining the integrity of bibliographic metadata. Her work also focuses on linking the library data to resources worldwide via utilities such as OCLC WorldShare Management, e-resource applications, Library of Congress NACO funnel, and BIBCO funnel. Ms. Wen is an active member of American Association of Law Libraries, Chinese and American Forum of Legal Information and Law Libraries, and Potomac Technical Processing Librarians.
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Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Compendium (1960-
2017): Subject Indexes and Finding Aids, 2nd Edition
Item #: 2497
Pages: viii, 212p.
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2018