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.
In this webinar, Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, President and Vice-President of Internet for Lawyers walked us through the ins and outs of conducting free Internet legal and investigative research using Google Scholar, the least documented legal research database available to lawyers.
8:23 – Case Law & Articles Results
Find articles that are useful to your cases or conduct a basic search of any and all federal or state courts.
22:12 – How Cited
Using Google Scholar’s citator tool to discover how your case document was treated and in which cases it was cited.
24:14 – Advanced Search
Conduct more sophisticated and thorough searches in case law. Learn to search for attorneys, articles, experts, judges, and more.
41:50 – Alerts
How to set up alerts within Google Scholar to receive notifications on case updates or articles.
44:32 – My Library
Save, review, and annotate cases and articles you’d like to revisit without having to re-run a search later on.