Outlines techniques for using the Internet to find cases, statutes, regulations, legislative history, government forms, public records, attorneys, and experts, and lists research sites, legal news sources, and general reference aids.The Adobe Acrobat Reader is available from the site. Alphabet Soup Is Not Just a D.C. Specialty Whata#39;s with all the three-letter anagrams? Theya#39;re not that hard to crack (and no, theya#39;re not obscure government agencies). They are simply fileanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Lawyer's Guide to Internet Research|
|Author||:||Kathy Biehl, Tara Calishain|