Legal Information Management Editorial Board
- To be the principal journal for library and information professionals in the field of legal information management in the UK and Ireland
Terms of Reference:
- LIM will focus on the needs and requirements of British and Irish law librarians and information professionals, providing a platform for current developments in legal information management and look to raise the profile of BIALL
- LIM will offer a mix of ideas and subjects, offering balanced coverage of areas of interest to different groups of members, and provide a cross jurisdictional and international outlook
- LIM will look to be a means of continuing professional development for legal information professionals through the range of articles and checklists
- LIM will liaise closely with the publisher to ensure a high profile for the journal online, in hard copy , and in the market generally; and to produce the journal in a timely and cost effective manner
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The latest issue of Legal Information Management has been published. The focus in this issue is on Sources and Methods in International Law. You can find out more about this publication on our website and also view selected items from the previous...
I draw your attention to the spring issue of Legal Information Management which has recently been published both in print and electronically. The issue begins by reflecting on the life and career of one of colleagues, Barbara Zolynski who sadly died in October 2015....
The autumn issue of LIM has been published and it contains the 5th Willi Steiner Memorial Lecture. This lecture was delivered at the BIALL Conference last June by Professor Stephen Mayson on the subject of ‘Commercial and regulatory evolution of legal services:...