Monday, May 22, 2017

Great (Mostly Free) Sites for Effective Research

At the Michigan Bar Journal (March 2017), Professor Nancy Vettorello surveys many online websites helpful to lawyers:

While none of the many free sites offer the sophisticated search abilities of fee-based research services, a few minutes spent exploring free sites can help researchers significantly narrow their searches once they turn to a fee-based system.

Remember to always take advantage of the advance search option when available on a free site. Free sites are offering increasingly sophisticated search options, such as Boolean and proximity searches, which were previously exclusive to paid services.

To see her list of sites, with her annotations, please click here.

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https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2017/05/great-mostly-free-sites-for-effective-research.html

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Comments

A short and very useful article. I recommend it for everyone conducting legal research, from the novice to the experienced practitioner.

Posted by: Emil A. Ricci | May 26, 2017 7:26:15 AM

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