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Legal Research - How To
How to Research a Legal Problem : A Guide for Non-Lawyers
This guide is intended to help a person with a legal problem find legal rules that can resolve or prevent conflict. It is most useful to work through the steps and
sources in the order given.
Legal Research Guides
"The guides listed below can help you begin a legal research project by offering quick techniques and a selection of legal resources and tools. Each guide is prepared by a legal specialist from the Law Library of Congress."
Full list of Databases including trial access.
Try the A-Z list.
The A-Z list provides one place to access all the databases available at the Garbrecht Law Library.
Legal Reseach Blog
Law and Technology Resources for Legal Professionals
"LLRX.com is a unique, free, independent, one woman published Web journal dedicated to providing legal, library, IT, CI/BI, marketing, communications, Congressional, legislative, academic and administrative professionals, as well as students, with the most up-to-date information on a wide range of Internet research and technology-related issues, applications, resources and tools. LLRX is in its 19th year of continuous publication, with a diverse, professional, highly engaged and expert global readership."
Legal Research Plus
"Brought to you by the Legal Research instructors at Stanford Law School."
"We’ve taught Advanced Legal Research at Stanford Law School since the fall of 2005. And, it has been a tremendous experience. This blog provides us with a space where we can share a bit of what we’ve learned."