Washington Law Review


In these days of LEXIS and WESTLAW, fax machines, photocopiers, compact discs, and electronic library bibliographic networks, it is easy to forget what law libraries and legal research were like before these developments. Although these new devices are all helpful to legal research, it is doubful that they would be as successful as they are were it not for the development of law libraries and law librarianship under such able leaders as Marian Gould Gallagher.

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