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Internet Legal Research Program Materials

Elizabeth Geesey Holmes, University of Georgia School of Law Library
James M. Donovan, University of Georgia School of Law Library
Sharon Bradley, University of Georgia School of Law Library
Wendy E. Moore, University of Georgia School of Law Library
Maureen Cahill, University of Georgia School of Law Library
Anne E. Burnett, University of Georgia School of Law Library
Carol Watson, University of Georgia School of Law Library

Abstract

Internet Legal Research presentations include: Google and Beyond: Finding Information Using Search Engines, and Evaluating Your Results; Why Pay For It Twice? How to Access Federal Materials in the Public Domaind; All Politics are Local: State and Local Resources; L is for Lawyer: An Alphabet of Handy Web Pages; Internet Basics: The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Internet Research for Lawyers; But Can I Get it in English? Finding Foreign Law; Blawgs, Podcasts, Wikis? Deciphering the Lingo and Evaluating Current Awareness Tools

google and beyond 2006.ppt (5940 kB)
Google and Beyond: Finding Information Using Search Engines, and Evaluating Your Results

Why Pay Twice 2006.ppt (6516 kB)
Why Pay For It Twice? How to Access Federal Materials in the Public Domain

state_local 2006.ppt (6519 kB)
All Politics are Local: State and Local Resources

CLE March 2 2006 L is for Lawyer.ppt (26355 kB)
L is for Lawyer: An Alphabet of Handy Web Pages

Internet Basics.ppt (2503 kB)
Internet Basics: The Who, What,Where,Why and How of Internet Research for Lawyers

foreignlaw.ppt (4195 kB)
But Can I Get It in English? Finding Foreign Law

keeping current 2006 CW without notes.ppt (1912 kB)
Blawgs, Podcasts, Wikis? Deciphering the Lingo and Evaluating Current Awareness Tools

CLE March 2 2006 L is for Lawyer.pdf (113 kB)
L is for Lawyer: An Alphabet of Handy Web Pages

current news cle mar 2006 final.pdf (47 kB)
Blawgs, Podcasts, Wikis? Deciphering the Lingo and Evaluating Current Awareness Tools