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|Statement||Benjamin D. Frantz.|
|LC Classifications||KFC74 .F7 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 344 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||82225124|
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Legal researchers in California are lucky to have a large selection of state-specific secondary sources to select from as they start their legal research projects. These include the Witkin California treatises, California Jurisprudence (Cal Jur), Rutter Group California legal practice guides, and Matthew Bender California legal practice : Jennifer Allison.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hanft, John K. Legal research in California. [San Francisco]: West Group, (OCoLC) Document Type. This book shows you how to conduct reliable legal research, analyze the results, and write clear memoranda and other legal documents that are on-point and well supported.
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The third edition of California Legal Research continues to fill a unique niche in the literature available for California state law research, explaining both the sources of California law and the process of conducting research using those sources.
After introductory chapters devoted to the basic research process and research techniques, California Legal Research explores judicial opinions /5(4).
Click on “Research Guides” in the list under “Research” on this site’s home page. Hastings Law Library, Hastings College of the Law In the middle column, use the pull down the menu under “Research Guides” and select CA Legal Forms.
The Guide to Law Online contains a selection of California legal, judicial, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet | Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.
Research & Reference can assist with your legal research. LA Law Library has experienced and knowledgeable Reference Librarians to provide support as you research.
Whether you need a recommendation for practice materials or assistance to locate a book, LA Law Library Reference Librarians are available to direct and focus your research or to. Legal analysis is nuanced, and thorough research involves looking at a number of sources and types of materials.
Finding one on-point authority does not mean your research is complete. However, it also is simply not possible to run every conceivable search in every conceivable resource and review every conceivable search result.
Legal research is generally the process of finding an answer to a legal question or checking for legal precedent that can be cited in a brief or at trial. Sometimes, legal research can help determine whether a legal issue is a "case of first impression" that is unregulated or lacks legal.
Outlines of the research process and excerpts from key state sources make the book easy to use. The text includes brief discussions of legal analysis throughout, recognizing the interplay between research and analysis. California Legal Research supplements its detailed discussion of state research with brief discussions of federal research.
The guides listed below can help you begin a legal research project by offering quick techniques and a selection of legal resources and tools. Each guide is prepared by a legal specialist from the Law Library of Congress. Administrative Law Guide. Administrative law, commonly called regulatory law, is created and enforced by an administrative.
Advanced Legal Research and Writing Advanced and specialized approaches to utilize the legal resources available in a law library, and elsewhere, will be examined. The conceptual differences between computer-assisted legal research and hard copy research will be taught.
Legal Citation: Examples. How to read legal citation (Locating the Law: A Handbook for Non-Law Librarians by Southern California Association of Law Libraries). Parts of a legal citation. Volume. Reporter. Page. Yellow Cab Co. () 13 Cal.3d, P.2d What does this mean. An overview of resources for researching California law.
In general, only published opinions from the California Courts of Appeal can be cited as authority. Other types of opinions you may come across include: Unpublished: Opinions the court chose not to ished opinions are available in Westlaw, Lexis, and on the court's website, even though they should not be cited.
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Rev. The current. The 4-in-1 “Goldbook” contains California statutes and rules of court relating to civil practice and procedure, as well as research references. Book (Full Set) $ LEGAL RESEARCH GUIDE #1 Reading Legal Citations BOSTON COLLEGE LAW LIBRARY What is a citation. A citation is a reference to legal authorities and precedents such as statutes, cases, regulations and law review articles.
Citations are used in arguments to courts, legal textbooks, law review articles and the like to establish or fortify the. This guide contains selected free online legal research resources related to United States federal and state materials.
These resources can be a great way to get started with your research when you don't have access to paid databases or if you want to get an overview of a topic before getting started with potentially expensive searches.
Criminal law and procedure. Labor and employment law. Real estate law. Featured products. Learn more about the products legal professionals rely on to strengthen the business, practice, and study of law. Black's Law Dictionary. Black's Law Dictionary is the most widely cited law book in the world and is the standard for the language law.
Citations provide you with the name of the case, the volume of the book in which the case is found, the title of the book, the page number, and the year of the case. The citations above are in the format prescribed by The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
In the format prescribed by the California Style Manual, they would look like.