Internet Legal Research Skills (8235)

Students receive hands-on skills training using the Internet for legal research in the law school library labs and in-class discussions of a variety of topics related to using the Internet for legal research. The course concentrates on Web browsers and Web searching and indexing tools and emphasizes the location and content of primary legal materials on the Internet. Students receive reading assignments before the class begins. Students should have a general familiarity with the operation of a computer. Computer expertise is not required. A laptop computer with wireless access to the WMCL network is required for this course.

Grading: Letter graded

Prerequisite(s): Writing and Representation: Advice and Persuasion (WRAP) (1410)

Credits: 1

Offered: Summer


Subject Areas:
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Taught by: Janelle Beitz Jean Boos Sonya Huesman Karen Westwood Karen Westwood

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