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Legal Literature in Small Jurisdictions

A Report of a Conference held at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Downsview, Ontario, on 3–5 November 1978

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Introduction

The Toronto seminar on Legal Literature in Small Jurisdictions marked the culmination of a pilot project which was initiated by the International Legal Center (I.L.C.) as part of a series of follow-up activities to the I.L.C. Report Legal Education in a Changing World (1975). One of the main purposes of that report was to draw attention to neglected but problematic aspects of legal education. Among the topics highlighted in this way were the problems of law and legal education in multi-lingual societies, the dissemination of information about law to non-lawyers and to the public at large and the difficulty of developing an adequate corpus of literature dealing with local laws.

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