Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Strategic Searching: Legal Research as Process

A comment frequently heard from law firm librarians is that young associates just jump onto Lexis or Westlaw and run searches as if they were Google. Hmmm, they are not Google nor are Lexis/Westlaw necessarily the best places to start research. All depends on what one is doing and what one has available. So, what to do? For a start attend:

Strategic Search Process - Monday, April 7, 5:10-6pm in Room 206
Need help mapping out a research strategy? A few minutes advanced planning can save you hours of research. Find out some of the questions you should be thinking about before you sit down to research.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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