LEGAL RESEARCH INSTRUCTION PROGRAM
Each year Law Librarians of New England offers an introductory legal research program to those interested in learning how to research US law.
This six-week course is open to all, and has proven especially helpful for librarians, paralegals and legal secretaries. The courses are led by law librarian professionals from a mix of libraries, including Harvard Law School, Boston College Law School, and Goodwin Proctor.
When: Wednesdays, March 13 - April 17, 5:45 pm to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Harvard Law School Library, 1545 Mass Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138
Cost: $150 per person.
For more information and registration forms, visit: http://aallnet.org/chapter/llne/ilr/index.htm
This year’s course schedule:
3/13 Introduction to US Legal System and Legal Materials
3/20 Case Finding
3/27 Statutory Research
4/03 Administrative/Regulatory Research
4/10 Transactional Law Research
4/17 Research Strategy or “How to put it all together”
Share this announcement with any friends or colleagues who may have an interest.
Send questions to Lisa at Ljunghahn@law.harvard.edu