CT Bibliography

question What is the Connecticut Bibliography?
The Connecticut Bibliography is primarily a guide for establishing Connecticut law firm libraries. The exact titles purchased are determined by the physical size and location of the office (including proximity to other law libraries), areas of specialization, financial resources, and computer literacy and comfort among practitioners. Within those parameters, access should be readily available to Connecticut’s state statutes, regulations, case law, court rules, and appropriate treatises. Office access can be provided in the form of books, online databases, and/or CD-ROMs. The precise titles and formats depend on the individual situation. For a further discussion of these considerations, please refer to the article, “Setting Up a Law Office Library, or , Where Does One Begin?” by Dorothy McCaughtry. (Connecticut Lawyer, March 1995, v.5:6 p.16.)

exclamationSearch the Connecticut Bibliography
The bibliography search engine does not support boolean terms (such as “and”, “or”, or “not”). However, the “Find” drop down replicates these functions. “All terms” is equivalent to “and”; “Any terms” equals “or”; and “as a phrase” is similar to placing the string in quotes. The search engine polls the entire contents of a source, including names and descriptions.