By: Brandon D. Quarles and Matthew C. Cordon
Researching Texas Law focuses on the types of resources and research processes commonly encountered by modern-day practitioners. This work utilizes instructional materials from the authors’ courses in Legal Analysis, Research, and Communications and Advanced Legal Research and covers both the basic skills that are needed to perform legal research in the day-to-day practice of law and in more involved areas such as jury instructions, briefs and records, and attorneys general opinions. In addition, Researching Texas Law contains a guide to citation of legal resources and contact information for legal publishers and Texas law libraries to further assist the researcher. A comprehensive index and list of tables that direct users to the 15 charts contained within the book also add value to this indispensable legal research guide, which is a must-have for all Texas practitioners and an invaluable addition to any basic legal research collection!
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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2008