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Education for law librarianship encompasses a wide variety of pedagogical forms. Today we have several one semester courses, usually of three credits, such as the course given by Miles O. Price at Columbia Library School every other summer since 1937; that given by Evelyn DeWitt at the Western Reserve University Library School, and a recent one begun this year at Drexel Institute by Envin Surrency. In addition, there is Marian Gallagher's one-year course at the University of Washington Library School and the joint one-year program of the University of North Carolina Law and Library Schools under Mary Oliver. There are also professional institutes and occasional lectures or workshops sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries and its various local chapters.
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