Halsbury's Awards 2009

Friday, 19 June 2009

Last night three organisations received Halsbury's Awards for excellence in law library provision. The Halsbury's Awards "recognise, celebrate and reward the dedicated performance and outstanding service given by legal information services, law libraries and those teams managing legal collections and resources."
This years awards went to
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies - Best Legal Infomation Service (non-commercial)
Clarke Willmott - Best Commercial Legal Information Service (regional)
CMS Cameron McKenna - Best Commercial Legal Information Service (London)
These library services have all shown a proven dedication to providing the best possible service to their users. Congratulations to all of this years winners!

Posted by James Mullan at 11:14  


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