Legal research was once a costly and onerous endeavor. But despite the advances in legal technology, many small firm lawyers still struggle to find a low-cost alternative to expensive monthly subscriptions and physical in-house libraries. This can partly be attributed to the fact that, out of all the research databases available to lawyers, Google Scholar is the least documented — free, robust, and user-friendly though it may be.
Join us on Tuesday Nov 13th when Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, President and Vice-President of Internet for Lawyers, respectively, present Unlocking the Mysteries of Google Scholar at 11 AM PDT / 2 PM EST.
In this webinar, they’ll walk you through the ins and outs of conducting free Internet legal and investigative research using Google Scholar. You’ll learn to:
- Conduct legal research using Google Scholar case law and articles
- Create targeted keyword/phrase searches to improve your research
- Speed up your searches with advanced filters and a hidden search feature
- Conduct investigative research into parties, judges, attorneys, and expert witnesses as well as helpful non-law topics