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Life-long Learning in a Large Australian Law Firm

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 June 2010

Abstract

Gail Boelens discusses how library and research training is delivered in a large Australian law firm. She also considers some of the challenges involved, including dealing with multiple jurisdictions, databases using different operating platforms and having adequate resources to develop and deliver training.

Type
Legal Research Skills – Life-long Learning?
Copyright
Copyright © The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 2010

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Footnotes

1 More information about the Council of Australian Governments (COAG)/Law Council of Australia National Profession Project can be found at http://www.lawcouncil.asn.au/programs/national_profession/nationa_profession_home.cfm

2 A brief guide to the process of admission can be found at http://www.cald.asn.au/slia/Practising.htm or at the website of the various law societies - see the further information session for the names and websites of each of the State and Territory law societies.

3 Berkowitz, Robert E & Eisenberg, Mike What is the Big6? 2007 http://www.big6.com/what-is-the-big6/ as at 28 March 2010

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