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The Law Development Centre, its Library and Law Librarianship in Uganda: a presentation to the IALS Library staff

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The Law Development Centre, its Library and Law Librarianship in Uganda: a presentation to the IALS Library staff


The author explains the role of the Law Development Centre, Kampala in legal education in Uganda - illustrating the changes and challenges that the LDC has faced and describing the circumstances in which the profession of Law Librarianship operates in Uganda.

Semugabi, Joseph The Law Development Centre, its Library and Law Librarianship in Uganda: a presentation to the IALS Library staff. Amicus Curiae . (Submitted)


Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Article based on a presentation given by Mr Joseph Semugabi (Chief Librarian at the Law Development Centre, Kampala, Uganda) in June 2012 during his training attachment at the IALS Global Law Library.
Subjects: Law
Keywords: Uganda, legal education, legal information, law librarianship, legal information management, law library
Divisions: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
Collections: IALS Fellows
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/4749
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