What's In This Deskbook
THE LEGAL RESEARCHER'S
DESK REFERENCE 2012-13
The book for EVERYONE who does legal research, with answers to thousands of questions.
Everyone's favorite resource!
NOW WITH THOUSANDS OF EMAIL ADDRESSES AND URLs
ACCESS TO A COMPANION WEB SITE
||Arlene L. Eis
||Biennial since 1982
||December of odd years
||8.5 x 11, perfectbound, 424p.
- Current addresses, phone numbers, URLs and email addresses for:
-Federal executive departments and independent governmental
-Senators, Congressmen and committees
-Federal court judges - circuit, district, and bankruptcy courts
-Clerks of the courts
-Law publishers - books, videos, microforms, online services,
-Library suppliers - software, furniture, shelving, machines,
used books, bookbinders, professional services, internet access
-Stock and commodity exchanges
-National, state and local bar associations
-State administrative agencies
-State judges and courts
-Library schools and associations
- International information-UN, EC, countries of the world
- State court structure charts
- Legal research bibliographies
- State information and statistics
- State codes, reporters, regulations and registers
- Tables of economic information
- Hot line phone numbers
- Electronic public access to U.S. courts
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-Law Library Journal
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-American Reference Books Annual 1993
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for medium and large public libraries as well as law libraries."
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"This practical handbook for students, legal assistants, and attorneys will also prove indispensable to librarians
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