For Missouri Bar CLE, Contact:
Internet Legal Research on a Budget - MO032417
Friday 24 March 2017, 05:00:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time - 06:00:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time
*Learn how to effectively work as a lawyer without the use of commercial research databases while avoiding legal liability. • Use someone else's research for free or at a minimal cost (including articles, sample pleadings, Twitter, dockets, and blogs) • Take advantage of a legal research app that you already have free access to (Fastcase) • Become an expert Google Scholar searcher for cases and articles • Find out how to cite check without KeyCite or Shepard’s • Learn how to search PACER more effectively with new sites • Discover new databases for transactional attorneys • Find out about new collaborative and “crowd-sourced” databases • Search for federal materials with Congress.gov and FDsys – the new replacements to GPO Access and Thomas *This is a simu-live replay of a previous presentation. Presenters will be available for questions during the replay.
This program has been approved for 1.2 hours of Missouri CLE credit.
Carole Levitt, JD, MLS & Cookie Lewis MSIS
Carole Levitt, J.D., MLS, President, Internet for Lawyers, is an internationally recognized CLE seminar speaker and noted ABA author of "Internet Legal Research on a Budget", among other books. Cookie Lewis, MSLS, “The Diva of Data,” is Principal of Askinfomania (a legal & business research consultancy), and author of numerous legal research articles.