September 11, 2008
Spicing Up Legal Research Courses with Supplemental Readings
Let's face it, legal research textbooks aren't exciting reads. Shawn G. Nevers (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School) makes an attempt to fix that by identifying 14 supplemental readings for 1L and advanced legal research courses. Check out his Legal Research Readings for Students: A Selective Annotated Bibliography [SSRN] (annotations provide guidance to instructors on when and why the articles might be used).
Hat tip to Legal Research Plus. [JH]
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