Just wondered what sort of list you ended up with for places to look for
finding new legal scholarship outside the U.S. Now that I have some new
staff members - hooray!!! Ww can do more to promote current awareness
options for our faculty and we are trying to offer them a nice full menu
Thanks for any advice you can offer as to where I can find your
presentation materials or list - is it a list that needs to be on a
website and maintained so that all of us know where to quickly find the
options? Perhaps I could help with that.
Carole L. Hinchcliff
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Subject: [Int-Law] Non-U.S. resources for finding new legal scholarship
Good morning, everyone! I have one last request to help with my
presentation. Please me information about your favorite sources for
finding new law journal articles, working papers, analyses, current
commentary - journal indexes or datatabase that would contain recent
doctrine. Blogs or library catalogs that index articles would be good
New - published in the last 3 months.
I'm only interested in these resources published outside the U.S.
Foreign and International Law
Librarian and Lecturer in Law
D'Angelo Law Library
University of Chicago Law School
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