Much of the information that was once only available to professional researchers from expensive, fee-based sources is now available for free on the Internet, if you know how to find it. There's more to conducting a comprehensive search for information on the Internet than just relying on the results returned by search engines, though. The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet will show you how to be your own cyber-detective and unearth this information FREE (or at low cost!) on the Web.
The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet includes numerous examples based on real world research scenarios. Whether you re just starting to use the Internet for serious research or you're a seasoned online research veteran, this book can help you find what you re looking for fast and free.
For the beginning searcher, the book covers many overlooked features of Web browsers, the "mechanics" of navigating the Internet, and basic research strategies and tools. For "power searchers," The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet covers more advanced search strategies, and uncovers tip and tricks for getting the most out of many of the sites.
Learn How To Use Some Of The Same Tools as Skip Tracers & Private Investigators:
- Find out How to Dig Up "Dirt" About Anyone
- Uncover Information to Attack Someone s Credibility
- Seek out the Smoking Gun
- Mine the Web for Missing People
- Discover Addresses (Home and Email)
- Find Phone Numbers (Even Cellular)
- Locate Someone s Aliases, Employer s Name, Political Persuasion
- Glean Personal Information From Usenet Postings
- Unearth Property Records
- Identify Low Cost Public Record and Investigative Databases
- Discover Quick and Easy Methods to Access Free Public Records
Find the Quickest Routes to Free Legal Research:
- Full-Text Case Law Databases
- Online Alternatives for Updating Cases
- Elusive Government Documents
- Federal, S
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Carole Levitt is a lawyer, law librarian and legal educator she is not a computer technician. This guide is based on her more than 20 years in the legal field and is written the way legal professionals actually search for information. She is also a regular contributor to the "Computer Counselor" column for the Los Angeles Lawyer magazine, as well as a member of the Executive Boards of the California State Bar Law Practice Management & Technology Section and the American Bar Association's Law Practice Management Section.
Mark Rosch is a frequent speaker on the topics of Internet research and using technology more effectively in the practice of law. He has also written on computer-related topics for numerous publications including Law Office Computing, Law Practice, Small Firm Business, FindLaw and LLRX.com among many others, and is also a regular contributor to Los Angeles Lawyer magazine's "Computer Counselor" column.
Together, Levitt & Rosch are also the authors of The Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (3rd Ed.) - published by the American Bar Association. Additionally, they have conducted hundreds of in-person MCLE programs for numerous Bar associations, law firms, corporations and other professional organizations.
"Are you stumped by how to effectively find the specific information you need on the Internet? This well-researched and practical step-by-step guide is a god-send. This is the reference book for legal and investigative research using the Internet, particularly free and low-cost sites. There is no one place on the Internet that provides comprehensive, intuitively organized, indexed links to sources of public records, and business, legal and topic-specific research. This book does it. It will save you time and eliminate the frustration of Internet hunting. It's as if Carole and Mark have helped organize my brain." --Tamara Thompson, PI Buzz.com
"Definitely recommended for the legal researcher's bookshelf."
"For those who haven't bothered yet to comprehend the purposes and workings of browser rudiments... Levitt and Rosch give you a succinct instruction. In the first 23 pages of the book, a newbie will learn what he/she needs to know to begin research." --Dan Harmon,Editor
"The guide features extensive reviews of the best legal, business and investigative research resources available for free on the Internet."
"[T]his book offers tips on how to effectively use those sites and includes screen-shots to illustrate the step-by-step usage of many of the sites discussed." --Legal Management magazine
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