"Legal Research Using WESTLAW" is an ideal resource for any student preparing for a career in law. The entire text is devoted to WESTLAW and teaches students all of the intricacies of this popular research vehicle. Fully illustrated, it acquaints the student with the look and feel of WESTLAW and provides tutorials that enhance understanding of the material. End-of-chapter exercises present problems similar to those found in real law offices. This text also includes ten free hours of the program for qualified adaptors of the text in qualified schools. This access provides students with the opportunity to try this research vehicle first hand.
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Judy A. Long, J.D., is a retired College Professor/ Paralegal Program Director and retired Attorney and has written several books focusing on paralegal education.Review:
Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Getting On Line With Westlaw. Chapter 3: Finding Documents. Chapter 4: Printing and Downloading. Chapter 5: Searching the Databases - Case Law. Chapter 6: Searching the Databases - Statutes. Chapter 7: Searching the Databases - Secondary Sources. Chapter 8: Keycite. Chapter 9: Installing Westmate. Chapter 10: Using Westmate.
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Book Description Delmar Cengage Learning, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0766813371