Law Libraries as Special Libraries: An Educational Model

@article{Hazelton1993LawLA,
  title={Law Libraries as Special Libraries: An Educational Model},
  author={Penny A. Hazelton},
  journal={Library Trends},
  year={1993},
  volume={42}
}
THISARTICLE SUMMARIZES the history of the law library profession and the development of the educational model for law librarians. The American Association of Law Libraries’ (AALL) Guidelines for Graduate Programs in Law Librarianshifi is analyzed in light of the current education model in law librarianship. The key characteristics that define law library careers in the private sector are scrutinized with reference to the current educational environment and the AALL policy. Trends and their… CONTINUE READING

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