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2 Double Jeopardy! Put your image here. AALL, Boston, July 2004

3 Old Languages and Laws Foreign Law Specialists Foreign Law Collections The Fourth Dimension Cooperative Initiatives

4 Categories Established in 1983, this East Coast network facilitates resource-sharing and licensing database contracts for foreign law (such as the Chinese isinolaw database). Cooperative Initiatives 200 Points

5 Categories Cooperative Initiatives 200 Points What is the New England Law Library Consortium or NELLCO?

6 Categories Cooperative Initiatives 400 Points Headed by Jerry Dupont, this cooperative project has microform collections of major French, German, Italian, and Spanish civil law works.

7 Categories What is the Law Library Microform Consortium (LLMC)? Cooperative Initiatives 400 Points

8 Categories Cooperative Initiatives 600 Points The Research Libraries Group (RLG) developed this system of collecting levels, including for foreign law.

9 Categories Cooperative Initiatives 600 Points What is the RLG Conspectus?

10 Categories This project with a patriotic name is an Internet- based union list of foreign, international and comparative law holdings; it is a successful initiative of the UK consortium of academic law libraries called FLARE. Cooperative Initiatives 800 Points

11 Categories What is the Foreign Law Guide or FLAG? Cooperative Initiatives 800 Points

12 Categories This is the union catalog of holdings of these eight law school libraries with major foreign law collections: Boalt Hall (University of California at Berkeley), Columbia, Fordham, New York University, Pennsylvania, Texas, University of Washington, and Yale. Cooperative Initiatives 1000 Points

13 Categories What is Access Law? Cooperative Initiatives 1000 Points

14 Categories This is the time differential between Boston, USA and Paris, France. The Fourth Dimension 200 Points

15 Categories The Fourth Dimension 200 Points What is 6 hours?

16 Categories The Fourth Dimension 400 Points It tells you what time it is in Mumbai when its 10 a.m. in Boston.

17 Categories What is the World Clock? The Fourth Dimension 400 Points

18 Categories The Fourth Dimension 600 Points The time and day in Sydney, Australia when its 10 a.m. on Wednesday in Boston.

19 Categories The Fourth Dimension 600 Points What is 12 noon on Thursday in Sydney?

20 Categories You can get French, German, Japanese, and Spanish law titles fast from this Internet-based booksellers family of Web sites. The Fourth Dimension 800 Points

21 Categories What is Amazon? The Fourth Dimension 800 Points

22 Categories This is the code number needed to wire transfer money directly to a bank when paying for foreign purchases in non-U.S. dollars. The Fourth Dimension 1000 Points

23 Categories What is the SWIFT code? The Fourth Dimension 1000 Points

24 Categories This U.S. library has the largest East Asian Law collection of any state- supported university. Foreign Law Collections 200 Points

25 Categories Foreign Law Collections 200 Points What is the Gallagher Law Library at the University of Washington in Seattle?

26 Categories Foreign Law Collections 400 Points This Lone Star library has a strong collection of the law of Mexico and Latin American countries.

27 Categories What is the Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas at Austin? Foreign Law Collections 400 Points

28 Categories Foreign Law Collections 600 Points This Chicago-based consortium of North American institutions has collections of foreign official gazettes, foreign doctoral dissertations, and foreign newspapers.

29 Categories Foreign Law Collections 600 Points What is the Center for Research Libraries or CRL?

30 Categories This Hague institution has one of the worlds largest collections of international law materials (in all languages). Foreign Law Collections 800 Points

31 Categories What is the Peace Palace Library? Foreign Law Collections 800 Points

32 Categories This East Coast institution hosts Mirela Roznovschis links to foreign law databases, and, like Yale, subscribes to Chinese, German, and Israeli law databases. Foreign Law Collections 1000 Points

33 Categories What is New York University? Foreign Law Collections 1000 Points

34 Categories She compiled the Directory of Foreign Law Collections in Selected Law Libraries (along with Tom Bruce) and established the Foreign, Comparative and International Law Special Interest Section (FCIL SIS) travel grants for non-U.S. librarians to attend the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). Foreign Law Specialists 200 Points

35 Categories Foreign Law Specialists 200 Points Who is Ellen Schaffer?

36 Categories Foreign Law Specialists 400 Points Currently at Yale Law Library, he helped build the foreign law collection at the University of Houston, and authored a chapter on collecting foreign law in Introduction to Foreign Legal Systems (1994).

37 Categories Who is Dan Wade? Foreign Law Specialists 400 Points

38 Categories Foreign Law Specialists 600 Points She is the Scandinavian law bibliographer at the University of Minnesota, with special expertise in Swedish legal materials.

39 Categories Foreign Law Specialists 600 Points Who is Suzanne Thorpe?

40 Categories She is director of Cornell Law Library and author of Transnational Law Research and Guide to Foreign Legal Materials: French. Foreign Law Specialists 800 Points

41 Categories Who is Claire Germain? Foreign Law Specialists 800 Points

42 Categories This network of foreign and international law librarians worldwide, begun in 1991 at Minnesota by Lyo Louis-Jacques and Mila Rush, is at or Foreign Law Specialists 1000 Points

43 Categories What is INT-LAW? (Other lists are LAW-ACQ, FCIL-SIS, and IALLMembers) Foreign Law Specialists 1000 Points

44 Categories This standard West reference tool includes the definitions of many Latin phrases and maxims and Roman law terms. Old Languages and Laws 200 Points

45 Categories Old Languages and Laws 200 Points What is Blacks Law Dictionary?

46 Categories Old Languages and Laws 400 Points Until the 17 th century, most legal documents in England were written in Latin or in this language.

47 Categories What is Law French? Old Languages and Laws 400 Points

48 Categories Old Languages and Laws 600 Points This 17 th century Dutch jurist is considered one of the founding fathers of public international law.

49 Categories Old Languages and Laws 600 Points Who was Hugo Grotius (the Latin name of Hugo de Groot, )?

50 Categories It consists of the Digest (or Pandect), the Institutes, the Codex, and the Novels. Old Languages and Laws 800 Points

51 Categories What is the Corpus Juris Civilis? Old Languages and Laws 800 Points

52 Categories This code was drafted by François Tronchet, Félix Julien Jean Bigot de Préameneu, Jean-Étienne-Marie Portalis, and Jacques de Maleville and enacted in Old Languages and Laws 1000 Points

53 Categories What is the Code civil or Code Napoléon? OldLanguages and Laws 1000 Points

54 Categories Now on to Final Jeopardy!

55 Categories The Daily Double


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