This article follows up on Liying Yu’s 2008 survey exploring the state of legal research instruction in Chinese law schools. The updated survey revisits the state of legal research instruction in China, explores several aspects not previously addressed, and discusses broader issues relevant to law librarianship in China such as management models, funding, staffing, and law librarian faculty status.
CU Commons Citation
Ning Han; Liying Yu; Anne Mostad-Jensen, Legal Research Instruction and Law Librarianship in China: An Updated View of Current Practices and Comparison with the U.S. Legal Education System, 109 Law Libr. J. 101, 142 (2017)