The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education
has won the 2015 Legal Journals Award given out by the British and Irish Association of Law Libraries
"The winning title was commended for providing an important, foundational service to the teaching of the law as discipline, successfully mixing theory and practice. Judges praised the accessibility of its content, encouraging readers to spend time with the articles. Notably, as teachers of information literacy ourselves, the potential of the title to add significant value to the work of the individual legal information professional was remarked upon by the panel
The Award was presented on June 12th in Brighton during the BIALL Annual Conference. BIALL is a sister association of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries.
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