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The 19th edition of the Bluebook is out! We expect to receive our new copies at Zief any day now. In the meantime, if you're just dying to know what has changed from the 18th edition to the 19th edition, check out Pace Law Library's list of the 19th edition changes (PDF). In this post, the Zief reference librarians, Amy Wright, Lee Ryan, and John Shafer, summarize Google Scholar's case law search functions, pointing out its strengths and weaknesses for legal research. Pros Google Scholar conveniently brings together free internet case law from diverse sources. It does not appear to ...
The best part about writing a legal research paper is that the source of information is direct to only one source. The source is generally a legal company website that can offer legal cases with a charge of a fee. A legal research paper format is also not very different from a common research paper, but the topic has to be related to a legal issue and the headings are far much simpler. There is little concern about the methodology or the logical sequence of points. There should be division for each case and their respective facts and analysis with conclusion. Some of the best sources for ... Read More
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