Legal research in a nutshell
The Forms of Legal Literature; Beginning a Research Project; Court Reports; Case Digests; Shepard's Citations; ALR Annotations; Legal Encyclopedias; Electronic Case Research; Statutes and Constitutions; Legislative History; Administrative Law; Texts and Treatises; Legal Periodicals; Looseleaf Services; Practice Materials; Handbooks and Directories; Treaties; International Organizations; International Courts; English and Commonwealth Law; Civil Law System.
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Had to read this for class. Very comprehensive and detailed information for anyone doing legal research and archiving. However, it works best if the organization or library has Westlaw or LexisNexus databases to help navigate your search.
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This is without a doubt one of my best book purchases ever. It is an invaluable resource for beginning law librarians, or really anyone who needs to do legal research, from attorneys to the pro se ... Read full review