Touro College’s Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center provides this list of research guides available as PDF downloads. Included are these self-explanatory titles: and “May it Please the Court . . . “: A Select Bibliography of Appellate Oral Advocacy Materials Best Brief: A Select Bibliography of Brief Writing Materials. Both appear to be limited to materials available at the center’s library, but there’s enough reading on each of them to keep anyone but Evelyn Wood busy for a long, long time.
District Court Orders and Opinions Available for Free at Justia
Thanks to Appellate Law & Practice, I (and you) now know that some District Court opinions and orders are available for free at Justia.com. A brief discussion of the service is at LibraryLaw Blog.
Research Success Stories
If you’re like me, you enjoy doing research. But would you enjoy poring through 40 years of legislative committee reports? Professor Colleen Barger at The Legal Writing Prof Blog summarizes the experience of an attorney who did just that. You can read that attorney’s account — he found the proverbial needle in a haystack — as well as other research success stories, at the ABA Journal eReport. Technorati Tags: legal research