Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Abstract

Academic law libraries have evolved to support new forms of legal research and
instruction. Attendant to the rise in empirical legal research, law libraries could provide human subjects research review services. These interesting and value-added offerings leverage librarians’ regulatory analysis skills and contribute valuably to the campus research community.

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Published in the LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL Vol. 108:4 [2016-28]

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