Response to an article by Christopher G. and Jill Robinson Wren entitled 'The teaching of legal research' which appeared in Law Library Journal, 80, 1988, for abstract see 88/5195, and presents a wide-ranging critique of legal research instruction. Argues that the Wrens misinterpreted the writings of Frederick Hicks and the bibliographic method of teaching. Suggestions for an alternative method for teaching legal research in law schools are proposed. 00 Original abstract--amended

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