Nemes and Coss' Effective Legal Research

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LexisNexis Butterworths, 2012 - Law - 370 pages
Read the review first published in Hearsay - electronic journal of the Bar Association of Queensland. Effective Legal Research is an indispensable guide to mastering the techniques and strategies that are vital for successful legal research and writing. The fifth edition has been comprehensively updated and includes helpful illustrations, flowcharts and diagrams to familiarise readers with the environment in which they will be undertaking research. Effective Legal Researchcanvasses a wide variety of electronic and print-based resources relevant to Australian law. The authors have provided both descriptive and critical instruction in the employment of these resources, with worked examples based on contextual problems and pointers to potential dangers. Features · Teaching and learning resources available on LexisNexis Campus: For students: - Citation and Legal Referencing quiz - Research links - Solutions For lecturers: - Additional problems with solutions - PowerPoint presentations - Multiple choice testbank · Practical discussion includes hints and real-life scenarios · Clear layout makes text easy to follow · Developed to meet legal research and writing course needs · Australian Guide to Legal Citation Academic support available on www.lexisnexis.com.au/Campus. With Lexis® Learning, you can access interactive eLearning tools and supporting academic materials, whenever and wherever you choose to study. Visit the website to view features and benefits. Look for the Lexis Learning symbol on your textbooks. After purchasing your textbook, a LexisNexis representative will be in contact with you to provide your log-in details to access Lexis Learning Tools.

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