1 You Want Me To Research WHAT?! (Getting Background & Keeping Current) Jennifer Behrens April 7, 2008
2 Today s s Agenda Getting Background Research Strategies Legal Encyclopedia Legal Journals and News Sources Other Secondary Sources Keeping Current Alert Services in Lexis/Westlaw Legal Blogs RSS feeds
3 Getting Background Research Strategies
4 Research Strategies Ask a Librarian! Online research guides Zimmerman s on Lexis Library Research Guides Research guidebooks By jurisdiction By subject
6 Online Research Guides Zimmerman s (LexisNexis) Online encyclopedia for legal researchers. Free; no Lexis login required. Provides tips and tricks for researching a wide variety of topics, with links to many free resources.
7 Topics include legal as well as non-legal (e.g., researching specific industries). Can browse the alphabet or search by keywords.
8 Includes a bit of contextual background, links to free (and paid) resources, and suggested search terms.
9 Online Research Guides
12 Custom Search Cornell s s engine uses a Google Custom Search ( ) to look across selected law libraries. Not all law school research guides are included. If you do a lot of research for a particular state s s laws, create your own custom search for the research guides of all of the law school libraries in that state.
13 Research Guidebooks Research guidebooks are published for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. There are also many guides to research on specific topics (e.g., tax, intellectual property, etc.). Search WorldCat ( for titles, or ask your firm librarian.
14 Getting Background Legal Topics
15 Legal Encyclopedia Legal encyclopedias are a great way to quickly find background information on a topic, with references for further reading. Am Jur / CJS State-specific encyclopedias Wex (Cornell LII)
16 American Jurisprudence 2d (AmJur) Published in print by West, and available online in both Lexis and Westlaw. Practice with the print- it s s much cheaper than accessing online! Organized by alphabetical legal topics and divided into outline sections.
18 Corpus Juris Secundum (CJS) Published in print by West, and available online only on Westlaw. Similar to AmJur,, but provides more extensive case references. Alphabetical topic outline differs from AmJur in places.
20 State-Specific Specific Encyclopedia Many states have their own jurisdiction-specific specific encyclopedia. Some may be available on Lexis/Westlaw. A good list is available at the Harvard Law Library: /guides/united_states/basics/alr_legal_encyclopedias. php
21 New York Jurisprudence 2d
22 Wex The Wikipedia of legal research (for better or for worse) Free Collaboratively edited (with more control than Wikipedia) Divided into definitions and law about sections Links for further research
25 Legal Journals and News Legal journals and newspapers can be a great source for information on a topic. Law review articles can also provide good background (e.g., legislative history), but may not be as helpful for newer, cutting-edge legal topics.
27 There is a difference between searching keyword and entire document in this database keyword looks only in selected parts of the article. To search for a term in the full text, use entire document.
28 Results sorted by type of publication let s look at each more closely.
29 Academic Journals (Law Reviews) The backbone of legal scholarship is student-edited edited law reviews,, which publish articles from professors as well as student-authored notes. Can range from examination of a single case to a history of an entire legal doctrine. Give extensive footnote references for further research.
30 Law Reviews Lexis and Westlaw offer full-text of many law reviews and legal journals, generally dating back to around Historical law review and journal articles can be found in PDF in many databases, such as HeinOnline and JSTOR. Pre-publication articles might be posted free on the journal s s web site, or SSRN (
32 Magazines (Legal Journals) Bar association journals can be a good place to locate articles about current or pending cases. Articles are written with the practicing lawyer in mind (i.e., what impact will this case have on future arguments in this area of law?).
34 Legal News Legal newspapers and newsletters are another source for practicing attorneys to read about the latest cases and settlement information. Law.com is a mega-site from the publishers of several major legal papers. Free registration.
36 Not Full-Text? If you have a citation to an article, but could not find the full text, check the Law Library s Online Full-Text Journal link. Will lead you to full-text sources for a particular journal or newspaper title, other than Lexis and Westlaw.
38 Not Full-Text? If your firm has a library, they may have a subscription, either in print or with an online password. Check with your firm librarian about obtaining the full-text of specific sources.
39 Other Secondary Sources Nutshells Hornbooks Treatises American Law Reports 50 State Surveys Pattern Jury Instructions
40 Nutshells Concise, pocket-size outlines of the general rules on a legal topic. Good background, not-so so- good authority (i.e., don t t cite in memo!!) Published by West, but not available on Westlaw (on Duke passwords, at least).
41 Hornbooks Hornbooks larger, one- volume discussions of an area of law. Provide more citations than a nutshell (i.e., will lead you to important cases). Also considered more scholarly/authoritative. Published by West but not available on Westlaw.
42 Treatises Expansive, multi-volume sets of analysis on a legal topic, written by leading law scholars. Provide a lot of footnote references. Considered scholarly and authoritative courts often cite. Major titles published by West (available on Westlaw) and Matthew Bender (available on Lexis).
43 Harvard Law Library Treatises by Subject list
44 American Law Reports Lengthier encyclopedia-like like entries (called annotations ). Provide more discussion and analysis of the general rule and link to an extensive number of cases, arranged by jurisdiction. Published in print by West and available online only in Westlaw.
45 In practice, it might be easier and more cost-effective to look in the print index and use print volumes of ALR. If you must search online, a good trick is to restrict at least some of your search terms to the title field.
46 ALR does not attempt to be comprehensive there may not be an annotation precisely on point. But if you can find one, it will give you a lot of case references, sorted by topic and jurisdiction.
47 50 State Surveys 50 state surveys compile the laws on a particular topic from all jurisdictions; provide researchers with easy access to specific code sections for a topic. Search fifty state survey in WorldCat ( to find titles on a particular topic, or use a general overview source.
48 50 State Surveys National Survey of State Laws (Ref KF 386.N ) gives tables of state code sections on various topics. Available in Westlaw as the SURVEYS database.
49 Clicking on a survey topic brings up a text version with links to state statutes; there is also an option to download as PDF.
50 50 State Surveys Westlaw also offers a separate database of regulatory surveys, which link to administrative codes. Tend to focus on heavily technical areas like environmental law, health care, and tax. Access by short name REG- SURVEYS.
53 50 State Surveys Lexis also offers 50 state legislative and regulatory surveys, although they are in a combined database. Each survey is priced at $ (which sounds expensive, but is a deal compared to searching in All 50 State Codes database!). Can be saved as spreadsheet with active links to the code sections.
55 Pattern Jury Instructions (PJI) Pattern Jury Instructions (PJI) are delivered by judges to a jury, to explain the causes of action and issues. They often include case references and clear descriptions of the elements and causes which must be proven in order for a party to prevail.
56 Pattern Jury Instructions Sometimes called Model jury instructions, depending upon state. Often posted freely on state court s web site. Occasionally, only published in print, or exclusive online access in Lexis, Westlaw, Loislaw,, or Casemaker.
59 Keeping Current
60 Alert Services Both Lexis and Westlaw offer search alerts, to re-run run your search terms at various intervals or to alert you when new items appear in a Shepard s/keycite report.
62 You can set up alerts from any individual case or search results screen. Access all of your existing alerts and create new Shepard s alerts at the Alerts tab.
64 Create and manage alerts from this screen.
65 Other Terms & Connector searches in Westlaw will have a link to Add Search to WestClip.
66 Looseleaf Services Lawyers used to receive updates in particular areas of law through looseleaf services,, which sent new issues/pages at various intervals. Many of these services have moved to electronic formats, although some libraries still receive in paper. See Bluebook T15 for a list of services.
67 BNA includes U.S. Law Week (recent and pending U.S. Supreme Court decisions); Criminal Law Reporter; Environment Reporter; Securities Regulation and Law Report; many other specialized titles. CCH titles include the Standard Federal Tax Reporter; Medicare and Medicaid Guide; Corporation Report Bulletin. Another publisher, RIA (further down this listing), includes other taxrelated services. You can receive these issues by or read at the sites.
68 Click Home to sign up for updates. Scroll to bottom of the home page and choose preferences.
69 Legal Blogs Legal blogs (a.k.a. blawgs )) exist for virtually every specialized legal topic, although they vary in quality and frequency of updates. Check the Library s Legal Links page for Legal Blogs to locate blawg directories and search engines.
71 RSS Feeds Blogs and many government web sites offer RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds, which automatically notify you of changes or additions to the site. You need to subscribe to the feed through an aggregator service, such as Google Reader or Simply RSS (on Facebook). Look for a link which says RSS or Subscribe,, or this symbol:
72 RSS Feeds Paste the RSS feed address (usually ends in.xml or.rss. rss) ) into your aggregator. As new posts are made, they will appear in your aggregator no need to check each individual site.
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