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TOMORROW Law Library Lunch & Learn: Power-Up‽

Research and Copyright Services Librarian Stephen Wolfson will be presenting on advanced search techniques, including legal research on Google, secret search engine tools, and how to do research on the Dark Web (and why you shouldn’t). 12 to 1 PM Classroom … Continue reading

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On Reserve Podcast Episode 4: Legal Research

In this episode co-hosts Leslie Grove and Rachel Evans interview the Law Library’s two newest librarians about their most memorable reference questions, their past library and law firm experiences and their favorite legal research resources: Outreach & Research Services Law … Continue reading

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Casetext Lunch & Learn March 28th

Casetext is quickly catching on for both law students and legal professionals to help “navigate precedent with unprecedented ease”. It uses the latest data science and AI technology, backed by expert insights from leading litigators to improve legal research for … Continue reading

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Why Take Advanced Legal Research?

According to a recent ABA survey, lawyers with less than 10 years of experience spend nearly a third of their time conducting legal research. Becoming an expert legal researcher is one way to become a superstar in today’s competitive legal … Continue reading

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