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Legal Research Using the Internet

   by Judy A. Long

    Thomson Delmar Learning
    09 September, 1999


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Book Info
(Thomson Learning) Introduction to conducting legal research on the Internet. First part of the book covers methods of conducting general searches and the latter part of the book concentrates on research done in a law office, listing the Web sites which would be used. Softcover. DLC: Information storage and retrieval systems--Law--United States.

About the Author
B.S., M.S. in business; J.D.; National Dean';s List; Law Review in law school; Honors Moot Court Assistant law school

Book Description
For paralegal and law students, Legal Research Using the Internet is a valuable guide to finding and utilizing the legal resources available on the Internet. It lists hundreds of helpful sites and includes a step-by-step "map" that helps readers easily navigate through the sites. Go to for additional links.

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