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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Legal information and the development of American law.
St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, ©2008
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert C Berring; Richard A Danner; Frank G Houdek
|Notes:||"A collection of essays inspired by the contributions of Robert C. Berring"--Cover.
Papers originally presented at a conference at Boalt Hall in Oct. 2006 and published as an issue of Law library journal, spring 2007. Cf. Pref.
|Description:||viii, 315 pages ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Richard A. Danner and Frank Houdek --
Legal information and the development of American law : writings on the form and structure of the published law / Richard A. Danner --
The Universe of thinkable thoughts : literary warrant and West's Key Number System / Daniel Dabney --
Context and legal research / Barbara Bintliff --
Legal information as social capital / Virginia J. Wise and Frederick Schauer --
Law and Heidegger's question concerning technology : a prolegomenon to future law librarianship / Paul D. Callister --
Why do we ask the same questions? : the triple helix dilemma revisited / Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic --
Peer to peer meets the world of legal information : encountering the new paradigm / Ethan Katsh and Beth Noveck --
Neutral citation, court web sites, and access to authoritative case law / Peter W. Martin --
Legal research versus legal writing within the law school curriculum / Roy M. Mersky --
Should legal research be included on the bar exam? : an exploration of the question / Steven M. Barkan --
Researching legal history in the Digital Age / Morris L. Cohen --
The heart of legal information : the crumbling infrastructure of legal research / Robert C. Berring --
From the reference desk to River City : a bibliography of the writings of Robert C. Berring / Frank G. Houdek.
|Other Titles:||Law library journal.|
|Responsibility:||[edited] by Richard A. Danner, Frank G. Houdek.|