As the the time draws near to begin selecting courses for the Spring 2012 semester.
2Ls may want to consider two things:
1. Legal Research is in the top 10 skills needed to succeed in the legal field
2. Advanced Legal Research will be taught in the Spring
Do you know the difference between a statute and a regulation?
Do you know how to find administrative law materials?
Can you find out the lawmakers’ intent with respect to a particular statute?
Do you know the difference between court rules and local rules?
Do you know how to find a brief that has been filed in a federal or state case?
How will you conduct research if your firm does not have access to Westlaw or Lexis?
What is a Case Digest?
How do you make sure the law you have found is the most recent version of the law?
Do you know how to Shepardize all the citations in a document at once?
You can learn all this and more in Advanced Legal Research. Sign-up and find out what all the fuss is about.
The video below was made by law students to showcase the kinds of legal research tips that can make your research experience more successful.