Legal Research for the Texas Practitioner
The contents of Legal Research for the Texas Practitionerare based on instructional materials prepared by the authorsat Baylor Law School for courses in Legal Analysis, Researchand Communications and Advanced Legal Research. Bothcourses provide extensive instruction in general researchskills as well as Texas-specific resources. This book isintended not only for law students but also the more than71,000 attorneys who practice law in Texas and the manythousands of additional individuals who engage in legalresearch in a practical setting.For related material, see Hein Item #331510, "SpecializedTopics in Texas Legal Research", which expands on this workby providing in-depth resource information on 7 specificsubjects for the Texas practitioner.
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