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Legal Research Methods in a Modern World: A Coursebook

Third Edition

Lomio, J. Paul; Spang-Hanssen, Henrik S; Wilson, George D
Published by Djoef Publishing
ISBN: 9788757424676
Pages: 479
Availability: In Stock

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Table of Contents

Lawyers engaged in European/US transborder transactions need to know how to find, understand, and compare applicable foreign and international laws. Breaking the oceanic divide, this book is the first legal research guide to consider internationalization and globalization in both the new law school curriculums and the changing practice of law. The book is a significant expansion and revision of the second edition of Legal Research Methods in the US and Europe. With the inclusion of material on China, Russia, and England - and on researching foreign law in general - the book now reflects a broader scope. Regarding US legal research, this edition explains the impacts and effects of major changes and developments that have occurred very recently, including the introduction of Bloomberg Law, WestlawNext, and the revolutionary movement.

Publication Date:

01 February 2011



BISAC Subjects

LAW / Research (Primary)
EDUCATION / Research
LAW / Reference

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