Researching Texas Law

2009, Legal Profession, State Law admin

Second Edition
By: Brandon Quarles & 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,

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AALL Government Document Special Interest Section State Bibliographies

2009, AALL Government Document Series, Bibliography, State Law admin

Now Includes Guide to New Mexico State Publications, Third Edition!

William S. Hein & Co., Inc. is pleased to announce a partnership with the AALL GD-SIS. The AALL GD-SIS was established in 1974 to disseminate information on government documents to AALL members, to further the continuing education of law librarians in documents librarianship, to coordinate the activities of law librarians in representing their interest to public and private groups, and to work in cooperation with documents groups in other associations and organizations. William S. Hein & Co., Inc. will be taking over the sale and distribution of the current GD-SIS state bibliographies, as well as standing order service for future bibliographies.

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California Legal Research Handbook

2009, Legal Profession, State Law admin

Second Edition
By: Larry Dershem

This second edition, published nearly eleven years after the first, is now offered in a handy paperback format, replacing the bulky loose-leaf version. The complete contents of this book have been reorganized and appendixed material from the earlier edition is absorbed into the chapters where appropriate. This book differs from other legal research treatises in that it is designed specifically for California practitioners. It is more than just a bibliography; it’s a complete legal research road map!
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Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2009, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law admin

7th Edition
By: William H. Manz

Recently awarded the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographic Award, this edition of title #61 in the AALL Publications Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. Manz’s work covers the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and all U.S. commonwealths and territories, and includes a list of documents available online. This is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research; factors which make this publication a staple in all law libraries.

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AALL Government Documents Special Interest Section State Bibliographies

2009, AALL Government Document Series, Bibliography, State Law admin

Now Available from Hein!

William S. Hein & Co., Inc. is pleased to announce a partnership with the AALL GD-SIS. The AALL GD-SIS was established in 1974 to disseminate information on government documents to AALL members, to further the continuing education of law librarians in documents librarianship, to coordinate the activities of law librarians in representing their interests to public and private groups, and to work in cooperation with documents groups in other associations and organizations. William S. Hein & Co., Inc. will be taking over the sale and distribution of the current GD-SIS state bibliographies, as well as standing order service for future bibliographies. All bibliographies are available at $30 per volume.

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Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2009, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law admin

7th Edition

By: William H. Manz

Recently awarded the 2009 Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award, this edition of title #61 in the AALL Publication Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. Manz’s work covers the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and all U.S. commonwealths and territories, and includes a list of documents available online. This is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research; factors which make this publication a staple in all law libraries.

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Illinois Legal Research Guide

2009, Bibliography, Legal Education, Legal Profession, State Law admin

2nd Edition
By: Laurel Wendt

Since 1988, the nature and methods of legal research have changed substantially. Federal, state, and local governments are now putting important information on their Web sites, providing greater public access than ever before. Taking these vast changes into account, Laurel Wendt has compiled the second edition of Illinois Legal Research Guide, creating a must-have resource for any researcher of Illinois law. The author updated her 17-year-old first edition, reviewing statutes, local governments, the court system, administrative law, and all other materials affecting legal research in the state of Illinois.

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Published: Buffalo;

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Researching Texas Law – 2nd Edition

2008, Legal Profession, State Law smarmion

By: Brandon D. Quarles & Matthew C. Cordon

This new edition focuses on the types of resources and research processes commonly encountered by modern-day practitioners. This work utilizes instructional material from the authors’ courses in Legal Analysis, Research, and Communications and Advanced Legal Research and covers the basic skills that are needed to perform legal research in the day-to-day practice of law. This indispensable legal research guide is a must-have for all Texas practitioners and an invaluable addition to any basic legal research collection.

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A Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2008, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law admin

7th Edition
By: William H. Manz

Since the last edition, Guide to State Legislative and Administrative Materials2002 Edition, the explosion of electronically available information has radically altered the legal publishing world. This Seventh Edition of title #61 in the AALL Publication Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. This work is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research.

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Legal Research in Wisconsin

2008, Legal Education, Legal Profession, State Law admin

Second Edition
General Editor: Theodore A. Potter, with Jane Colwin, William J. Ebbott, Mary J. Koshollek & Sunil T. Rao

This Second Edition comes nearly ten years after the first, Wisconsin Practice Materials: A Selective Annotated Bibliography. A one-of-a-kind resource, this research guide continues the effort to offer a comprehensive reference tool about legal research in the state of Wisconsin. Legal Research in Wisconsin, Second Edition serves as a guide for attorneys, judges, paralegals, law librarians, students and others needing ready access to information in Wisconsin legal materials. It is also the intention of the authors that this work will benefit ordinary citizens, not as legal advice but as a guide outlining where Wisconsin’s statutory,

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