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The Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet)

   by Carole A. Levitt / Mark E. Rosch

    American Bar Association (NBN)
    01 April, 2004


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Reader review(s):

An Amazing Resource, July 6, 2004
This book is an amazing resource to find factual information needed to successfully represent clients in the practice of law. Recently, another lawyer asked me for advice on how to locate medical information about a surgical procedure that caused pain and scarring to his client. Although I do not do med mal cases, I knew this book would have the information he needed. I pulled out the book and there was Chapter 12--entirely devoted to medical resources on the Internet, including a heading "Starting Point Web Sites for Medical Research." Both of us were impressed, and my colleague wrote down the title and authors to order the book as soon as he returned to the office! The book includes other chapters on Accessing Public Records, Backgrounding Expert Witnesses, Competitive Intelligence Research, Statistical Research, and more. A resource that should be in every lawyer's office!

Finally A Comprehensive Guide, June 21, 2004
As a lawyer, I spend a great deal of time searching for information. This book is a fantastic resource and I highly recommend it to others. Levitt takes a very complicated area and makes it simple. This book is worth the investment.

Easy to use - Even for Non-Lawyers, June 26, 2004
I'm not a lawyer and I find this book extremely useful and easy to use.

It offers step by step instructions on locating specific information at each site included in the book - and there's alot of sites. It's got everything from public records and business research resources to medical and scientific sites.

The index makes it easy to find info in the book and the CD makes it easy to link directly to the sites.

I highly recommend this book to anyone whether they're a lawyer or not!

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