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Research for Legal Practice, Prof. Kettler

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Preparing for class on September 2

There is a mandatory library class on researching case law on September 2 at 1:30pm in McDonough Hall, Room 201. To prepare for that class, please review the video lectures below. 

Case Law video lectures

Secondary Source Lectures:

The following lectures will prepare you for your class on case law, which will include material on using secondary sources.

Running time: 3:31

Case Law Research Lectures:

The following lectures will prepare you for your class on learning how to research case law.

Running time: 5:34

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Additional Resources

Secondary Source Lectures:

The following lectures will prepare you to use secondary sources, which are frequently key to successful legal research.

Running time: 3:23

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Advanced Terms and Connectors (Boolean) Searching:

This video lecture will prepare you for starting to use the advanced technique of Boolean searching.

Running time: 3:31