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Items tagged with Biddle Tutorials

  • March 30, 2015

    Be an efficient and cost-effective legal researcher in your summer position.  Biddle is offering three tutorials: one that emphasizes effective research strategies; one that highlights many of the free and reliable legal research websites available; and a final prepare-to-practice session that reviews how to approach common summer assignments effectively. Come check them out! 

  • March 23, 2015

    Check out one of these Biddle tutorials which will orient you to the most frequently used legal materials in these jurisdictions.  Going beyond case law and statutes, you will learn about practice materials, legal directories, jurisdiction specific legal newspapers, as well as the use of relevant continuing legal education materials.

  • March 16, 2015

    Looking forward to your summer clerkship?  Want to learn more about research materials that will support you in a litigation practice?  Or are you preparing to write an interdisciplinary seminar paper?  These two upcoming library research tutorials, LITIGATION RESEARCH and RESEARCH USING NON-LAW UNIVERSITY RESOURCES will be of interest. All tutorials carry One L research credit.

     

  • November 14, 2013
    For upper-level students. This tutorial will review a number of library databases that students should use when looking for scholarship on their topic. Recommended for any students taking a research paper seminar.