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Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 technology  research  practice

A Research Tip

  • Research & Writing

Papers presented at continuing legal information seminars are good research sources.  They are prepared by recognized, often  local experts in an area of law. They may offer a timely update on a topic. Best of all they are pretty easy to find. First, pick your jurisdiction. Then find a catalog source. Search and retrieve.

Alberta CLE material from our Legal Education Society of Alberta are catalogued by the fine folks at the Alberta Law Libraries.  Each paper from a seminar is individually available by using a keyword search for a title word or writer name through their library catalogue.

Ted Tjaden’s  website, a companion to his , has an excellent selection of links for

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