Sign up for classes here: http://supersaas.com/schedule/HLSL/Legal_Research_Training
Friday April 1, 3:00-4:00 in L233 (computer lab)
Tools and Tips for Getting Published
Thinking about trying to publish in a law journal? Many law students have! Join the library in exploring the tools you can use to make the process of submitting an article for publication easier.
Monday April 4, 12:30-12:45 in L403 (reference desk)
Administrative Law Research
Follow the process for agency promulgation of regulations, find and update regulations, find administrative decisions, and navigate agency websites for links to the Code of Federal Regulation and Federal Register.
Friday April 6, 12:30-12:45pm in L403 (reference desk)
Using 50 State Surveys to Save Time
You’re not really going to look the state laws up one by one, are you?
Thursday April 7, 12:00-12:45 in L403 (reference desk)
International & Comparative Quickie Research
Interested in International & Comparative Law? Attend a quickie training designed to help you find relevant books, articles, and other materials.
Friday April 8, 12:30-12:45 in Areeda 524 (5th floor library conference room)
Massachusetts Legal Research
Doing work in Massachusetts? Join the library for a 15-minute review of some useful resources and tips for doing Massachusetts legal research.
Thursday April 14, 12:30-12:45 in L403 (reference desk)
Finding Records, Briefs & Court Filings
Looking for appellate briefs or court filings? Join the library for a 15-minute review of sources that will help you find the documents you need.
Friday April 15, 12:30-12:45 in Areeda 524.
Why use a citator? These groovy tools have many uses beyond validating your primary sources. Join us for a 15-minute refresher on Shepard’s and Keycite.
Sunday April 17, 12:00-12:30 in Areeda 524 (5th floor library conference room)
Clerkship Research Tips from a Former Clerk
So You’re Going to Be a Clerk. Come learn some research resources and tips that will help you hit the ground running.
Contact George Taoultsides if you have any questions gtaoultsides at law.harvard.edu