Foundations of Legal Research
This 60-minute course will provide law librarians and legal information professionals—at any level—with the tools needed to approach legal research. Developed by subject matter experts who are your colleagues and fellow members, this course will give participants an understanding of legal information resources and research methods, including the processes and principles for navigating legal information. Newer law librarians, seasoned law librarians who need a refresher, and anyone interested in legal research will find value in this course.
After completing this course, participants will:
- Be able to distinguish between the types of legal authority and jurisdictions.
- Get an introduction to the material and tools used to research a legal question.
- Identify the steps of the legal research process.
CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES
Cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing to email@example.com prior to starting the course.
This course is offered by the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).
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Special thanks to the Continuing Professional Education Committee and AALL members who served as subject matter experts.
- Beth DiFelice, Arizona State University Ross-Blakley Law Library
- Kate Fitz, Sacramento County Public Law Library
- Sarah K.C. Mauldin, DeKalb County Law Library
- Ana Rosa Ramirez Toft-Nielsen, Greenberg Traurig, LLP