Why use the internet for legal research the internet is a cheap alternative to the use of commercial databases such as lexis and westlaw for finding primary legal materials such as us federal and state statutes bills cases and regulations. Law students and lawyers will some times start their research on the internet but rarely do they finish there real legal research is conducted in specific sources like case law codes and regulations. The present guide is intended to explain why the internet is useful for legal research and describe some of the major resources available on the internet for researching the law of the united states and other countries comparative law and international law. For all legal professionals legal research using the internet is a valuable guide to finding and utilizing the legal resources available on the internet it lists hundreds of helpful sites and includes a step by step map that helps readers easily navigate through the sites. For general tips and strategies in using the internet for legal research consult carole a levitt and mark e rosch the cybersleuths guide to the internet conducting effective investigative legal research on the web ref kf242a1 l478 2014
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