Law, everyone, the Librarian, encapsulated, components, critical link
The problem raised by this subject is one of access to the law.' Encapsulated in my title, Law for Everyone For the Librarian, are three components: the law; the reader with a problem; and you, the librarian. The issue is essentially how to bring the three together, and in my judgment the librarian is the critical link. The equipment you need I have divided into four elements, which I will pose to you as questions: What are the resources? Where are they? How do you get at them? and How can you use them to the reader's benefit?
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Hugh M. Kindred, “Law for Everyone for the Librarian”, Comment, (1980-1981) 6:3 DLJ 699.