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Archive for September 24th, 2019


Law Library Legal Research Seminars – Social Justice Track

Image of C|M|Law Library Digital BadgeC|M|Law students interested in cost-effective research or social justice research issues should check out these four Law Library Legal Research Seminars:

  • Starting Research with Secondary Sources
  • Terms & Connectors Searching
  • Cost-Effective Searching on Lexis Advance & Westlaw
  • Cost-Effective Federal Legislative History: Congress.gov and Govinfo.gov

Law Library Legal Research Seminars are for C|M|LAW students, including our MLS and LLM students, and are continuously available online via the Westlaw TWEN platform.  [Connect to TWEN, then “add” the C|M|Law Library Legal Research Seminars course.]  You earn points for completing an online Seminar by correctly answering 3/4 of the questions on that Seminar’s quiz.  Your Seminar points are good for the entire time you are here at C|M|LAW.  When you earn 100 points, you are awarded a Law Library Legal Research Letter of Recognition and a Digital Badge, which you can post to your LinkedIn page.  You can earn multiple Letters and Digital Badges.  For more information on the Law Library Legal Research Seminars, contact Laura Ray, Outreach & Instructional Services Librarian.