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Training in FCIL Librarianship for Tomorrow's World
Law Library Journal (2013)
  • Neel Kant Agrawal

Foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL) librarianship has grown in importance along with the increased emphasis on global legal research. As the field moves forward, it is important to develop core competencies in FCIL librarianship. These core competencies will provide a common knowledge base among librarians throughout the world. New developments in technology, culture, and legal research necessitate a fresh look at the skills required to be successful in FCIL librarianship. This will then permit a wide range of information professionals to acquire an expertise in FCIL librarianship, through a certification process based on the attainment of these core competencies.

Publication Date
Spring May, 2013
Citation Information
Neel Kant Agrawal. "Training in FCIL Librarianship for Tomorrow's World" Law Library Journal Vol. 105 Iss. 2 (2013)
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