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Title: Teaching of Legal Research at NUS Law School
Authors: Carolyn Wee 
Clement Lin 
Lee Su-Lin 
Keywords: Legal Research
Information Literacy
Embedded Librarianship
Legal Education and Pedagogy
Law librarianship
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Library Association of Singapore (LAS)
Citation: Carolyn Wee, Clement Lin, Lee Su-Lin (2018). Teaching of Legal Research at NUS Law School. Singapore Journal of Library and Information Management 47 : 82-94. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article will explore the librarian’s role in the teaching of legal research in the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law (“NUS Law”). In many institutions, the Law Faculty would teach this in their legal skills curriculum. However, at NUS Law, the designers of the legal skills module (“Legal Skills Team”) thought it was beneficial to bring in the librarians to jointly teach the legal research component of the course.
Source Title: Singapore Journal of Library and Information Management
ISSN: 2382-5634
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