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SLS/BIALL Academic Law Library Survey 2014/2015

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 December 2016

Abstract

This is the latest report analysing the results of the Society of Legal Scholars and BIALL Survey. It has been written by David Gee, Deputy Librarian at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

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Copyright © The Author(s) 2016. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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Gee, David (2015) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2013/2014. Legal Information Management. 15(4), 264282.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gee, David (2014) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2012/2013. Legal Information Management. 14(3), 215233.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gee, David (2013) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2011/2012. Legal Information Management. 13(4), 260277.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gee, David (2012) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2010/2011. Legal Information Management. 12(3), 218232.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Society of Legal Scholars (2009) A library for the modern law school. A statement of standards for university law library provision in the United Kingdom – 2009 revision. Available at URL: http://www.legalscholars.ac.uk/documents/SLS-Library-for-a-Modern-Law-School-Statement-2009.pdf Google Scholar
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