Law and the Undergraduate
More and more students are majoring in business in colleges and universities today and need access to legal materials. Undergraduate libraries are feeling pressure from these departments to build basic legal collections. This is an awesome responsibility because legal publications are very expensive to purchase initially and must be kept up-to-date. Since library literature provides little guidance for the librarian in this endeavor, I would like to pass on to others the knowledge I have gained by building a legal collection in an undergraduate library.
legal research, teaching, undergraduate, instruction, library instruction
Date of this Version
Nixon, Judith M., "Law and the Undergraduate" (2008). Libraries Faculty and Staff Scholarship and Research. Paper 10.