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Re: Yale Law Journal Colleen Smith 24 Jan 2007 16:59 UTC

We had already bound the earlier issues of V. 115 (in multiple parts:
NO. 1-3, NO. 4-6, NO. 7-8) when we received the special symposium issue.
 We bound the symposium issue by itself and just used it's enumeration
and chronology of the issue on the spine, i.e.  V. 115 NO. 9 2006.  We
didn't mention on the spine that the issue is a symposium or a special
issue.  We only use that type of labeling if the issue totally lacks any
enumeration and/or chronology and is necessary to identify the issue.


Colleen E. Smith
Head of Technical Services
Schaffer Law Library
Albany Law School
Albany, New York 12208
(518) 445-2341

>>> sreed@GETTYSBURG.EDU 1/24/2007 10:30:51 AM >>>
I would also like to know how to handle this title.  It is sitting on
desk as I write this.

Sharon Reed

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Hi All

I have a question regarding the binding of this journal. We received
what the publisher calls a "symposium 2006", "extra issue"   115:9.
anyone bound this volume and if so what did you have written on the
spine? Thank you for your help with this.

Mary Ellen

Mary Ellen Bowen, MLS, AHIP

Serials Librarian

Elihu Burritt Library

Central Connecticut State University

1615 Stanley St.

New Britain, CT 06050

Phone: 860-832-2074