In 1522 Italian jurist Giovanni Nevizzano issued Inventarium librorum in utroque iure hactenus impressorum in Lyon. This small work of 38 pages was the first bibliography specifically restricted to works on the law. "It was also intended to aid lawyers in obtaining these books from the bookseller" (Breslauer & Folter, Bibliography: Its History and Development  No. 11).
(This entry was last revised on 02-22-2015.)