This session is based on research, a faculty survey, informal discourse with students and faculty, and experimental services. The presenter addresses services offered in Wheat Law Library designed to support the academic goals of international law students enrolled in various degree programs at KU School of Law. Additional references and notes may be requested.
Allison C. Reeve. Beyond a Warm Welcome: Finding and Meeting the Needs of International Law Students, Presentation at the Mid America Association of Law Libraries Annual Conference (October 19, 2013) (unpublished presentation slides).
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