In 1962, the American Association of Law Libraries published the first edition of the present work. It was reviewed in this Journal vol. 19, no. 1, 1963, p. 27, and perhaps not everything that was then said in its praise, although fully applicable to the second edition, need be repeated. The work was deservedly very successful and soon went out of print. The Association decided to revise it and Miss Finley, a leading practitioner of the art or science of private law librarianship, became, on her retirement, available to carry out the revision. The second edition is a substantial book bound in hard covers, has nearly twice the number of pages of the first, and, unlike its predecessor, is equipped with an index.
Journal of Documentation – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 1966
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