HISTORY OF LAW SCHOOL LIBRARIES IN THE UNITED STATES: DEFINING MOMENTS
Item #: 72209
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc./Bflo; 2011.
Series: AALL PUBLICATIONS SERIES
America's law school libraries differ in location, age,shape, size and furnishings, but it is no mistake that theyare alike in many more ways. A review of the history ofAmerican legal education reveals defining moments--thosecertain moments, individuals, decisions, and paths taken--that shaped our libraries. This book identifies 8 definingmoments: The Litchfield School, Christopher ColombusLangdell; the ABA and Its Section of Legal Education andAdmissions to the Bar; the Association of American LawSchools; the American Association of Law Libraries;Frederick Charles Hicks; U.S. Government Depository Statusfor Law Schools; and Selected ABA Standards for Law SchoolLibraries. It also contains timelines of selected ABA andAALS activities as well as a selected bibliography.
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