Pocket Guide To Legal Research, Spiral Bound Version
Pocket Guide to Legal Research, Spiral bound Version
The Pocket Guide to Legal Research is a comprehensive desk reference for use by paralegal students, practicing paralegals, legal assistants, and attorneys. The format allows the user to quickly obtain the answer to many commonly encountered research questions concerning case, statutory, secondary authority, Internet research, and legal citation. A glossary of relevant legal research terms is included, along with three appendices covering court opinion, elements of statute, and a research source chart. Written in a non-technical manner, this book is an appropriate resource for learners at all levels.
"Being familiar with the quality of books by this author and the ever comprehensive and useful format in which they are done, I would not hesitate to adopt the book." Sheila McGlothlin, Paralegal
"It was a pleasure to review this book. It is one of the best overviews of legal research and analysis that I have seen in years." Paul Anderson, Associate Director, National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University
About the Author
William Putman was an instructor in the Legal Assistant Studies Program at Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as well...