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Issues and Trends in Collection Development for East Asian Legal Materials
|Title:||Issues and Trends in Collection Development for East Asian Legal Materials|
Legal Authorities (Sources)
Collection Development (Libraries)
|Citation:||105 Law Libr. J. 321 2013|
|Series/Report no.:||Law Library Journal, Volume 105|
|Abstract:||The authors delineate the general policy and guidelines for developing foreign and transnational law collections in U.S. law libraries, and they analyze factors that shape East Asian collections, such as law libraries' preservation and digitization efforts and their related cost-efficiency, and the availability and quality of English translations. The authors then discuss the main sources for Korean, Japanese, and Chinese law.|
|Appears in Collections:||Okuhara, Keiko|
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