Career guides. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Things that you will encounter in your first semester Cases Case finding Using citators Statutes, short and sweet. Video contents (includes links to lecture transcripts): Introduction to the Series (Robert C. Berring) (7:18) 1. The Structure of the U.S. Court System (Lindsay Sturges Saffouri) (11:54) 2. How Cases Came to be Published (Robert C. Berring) (10:55) 3. The Parts of a Judicial Opinion (Robert C. Berring) (10:16) 4. How to Read a Judicial Opinion (Robert C. Berring) (10:04) 5. Overview of the Online Systems (Michael E. Levy) (10:19) 6. Hints for Online Case Searching (Michael E. Levy) (12:07) 7. Citators and How They Can Save You (Michael E. Levy) (11:03) 8. The Bluebook and You (Patricia P. Hurley) (12:27) 9. Legislation-What You Need to Know (Michael E. Levy) (9:24) 10. Administrative Law and Legislative History (Michael E. Levy) (7:38) 11. Secondary Sources (Robert C. Berring) (10:28) 12. Research Strategy (Robert C. Berring) (10:47).
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Revision of: Berring, Robert C. Legal research survival manual. St. Paul, MN : West Group, c2002