Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981: The Only Answer for All Legal Questions

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Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981: The Only Answer for All Legal Questions


Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective: 1908-1981 indexes over 770 legal periodicals published in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Annual surveys of the laws of a jurisdiction, annual surveys of the federal courts, yearbooks, annual institutes, and annual reviews of the work in a given field or on a given topic are also included.

* Nearly 600,000 records, including book reviews and case citations.

* Contains the indexing from 38 printed cumulations.

* Includes contents notes for special issues and symposia. Each individual article and author are identified.

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* Original subject headings are also shown, reflecting the way the issues of the day were framed.

* Personal names used as subjects are standardized to ensure retrieval of all records about an individual.

* Search simultaneously with Index to Legal Periodicals Full Text for seamless power searching of nearly 100 years of legal history.

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