Thursday, August 26, 2010

State-Specific Legal Research Texts

Here is a list of state-specific legal research texts published by Carolina Academic Press.  If you teach legal research, you can order a complementary review copy through the publishers' website.

If you are a librarian, the complete collection of state legal research guides would be an important addition to any law library. Here is a list of states for which these state-specific research manuals are now available.  Additional states (such as Wisconsin) are in the pipeline.

  • Arizona: Tamara S. Herrera, Arizona Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
  • Arkansas: Coleen M. Barger, Arkansas Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • California: Hether C. Macfarlane & Suzanne E. Rowe, California Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
  • Connecticut:  Jessica G. Hynes, Connecticut Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2009).
  • Florida: Barbara J. Busharis & Suzanne E. Rowe, Florida Legal Research (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • Georgia: Nancy P. Johnson, Elizabeth G. Adelman, & Nancy J. Adams, Georgia Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • Idaho: Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff & Suzanne E. Rowe, Idaho Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
  • Illinois: Mark E. Wojcik, Illinois Legal Research (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2009).
  • Kansas: Joseph A. Custer & Christopher L. Steadham, Kansas Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
  • Louisiana: Mary Garvey Algero, Louisiana Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2009).
  • Michigan: Pamela Lysaght, Michigan Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2006).
  • Missouri: Wanda M. Temm & Julie M. Cheslik, Missouri Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • New York: Elizabeth G. Adelman & Suzanne E. Rowe, New York Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2008).
  • North Carolina: Scott Childs, North Carolina Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2010).
  • Ohio: Katherine L. Hall & Sara Sampson, Ohio Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2009).
  • Oregon: Suzanne E. Rowe, Oregon Legal Research (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • Pennsylvania: Barbara J. Busharis & Bonny L. Tavares, Pennsylvania Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • Tennessee: Sibyl Marshall & Carol McCrehan Parker, Tennessee Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2007).
  • Texas: Spencer L. Simons, Texas Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2009).
  • Washington: Julie A. Heintz-Cho, Tom Cobb, & Mary A. Hotchkiss, Washington Legal Research (Carolina Academic Press 2009).

 

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