Where the law is: an introduction to advanced legal research

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West, 2009 - Law - 265 pages
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This newly updated law school textbook and course reference is designed specifically for advanced legal research classes and for upper-level students who want to achieve a better understanding of how to use the sources of legal information that they learned about in their introductory courses. It provides in-depth guidance through the research process, advice on format selection, and detail about the tools and techniques needed to function as skilled legal researchers. Up-to-date discussion of all media is fully integrated throughout, focusing on the types of information the researcher needs, rather than on descriptions of particular information products.

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This book takes the positions that (legal) information is available in many formats these days and information professionals should choose among the formats based upon the pros and cons of the various formats. Read full review


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