by The University of Western Ontario School of Library and Information Science in London (Ont.) .
Written in English
This book provides advice on using a law library and how to make effective use of catalogues and indexes. Its practical approach will help students undertake particular research problems, and it shows how to record and present the results of research in projects, dissertations and by: 2. On library posters and bookmarks; In bibliographies of books and book covers (see Case Study below) Images of book covers for promotional purposes; In library archival and preservation activities; In library social media posts; Your first step in legally using images is ensuring library staff understand how copyright applies to images. Law Library books can be returned to any UW Libraries book returns on any of our three campuses (Seattle, Bothell, Tacoma). Do not return UW Libraries books to any other library (e.g., King County Library System, Seattle Public Library, etc.). Returning a UW Libraries book to a non-UW Library could result in late fines or a bill for : Alena Wolotira. A law library is a special library used by law students, lawyers, judges and their law clerks, historians and other scholars of legal history in order to research the law.