Law & administration in Wales from early times to the present day an exhibition in the library of University College Cardiff jointly mounted by the library and the Glamorgan Archive Service in connection with the visit of the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians, September 1983.

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ContributionsUniversity College, Cardiff. Library., British and Irish Association of Law Librarians., Glamorgan Archive Service.
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