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Like Sands through the Hourglass: How to Develop a Good Legal Research Problem
Legal Reference Services Quarterly
  • Susan T. Phillips, Texas A&M University School of Law
Document Type
Article
Publication Year
2009
Abstract

Attorneys have a duty to conduct adequate legal research. Law schools have an obligation to educate students in the standard research techniques. To learn research, students must actually perform research using research problems. Therefore, professors must design appropriate problems for students to learn research skills. The first part of this article discusses the fundamentals of developing a research problem. The second part provides examples of research problems with an explanation of their development.

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Citation Information
Susan T. Phillips. "Like Sands through the Hourglass: How to Develop a Good Legal Research Problem" Legal Reference Services Quarterly Vol. 28 (2009) p. 219
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_phillips/12/