Arizona Legal Research, Fourth Edition

Tamara S. Herrera
eISBN-13: 9781531020743

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Arizona Legal Research was written for first-year law students, paralegals, or anyone who wants to know the basics of how to conduct legal research in Arizona. The book explains the process of legal research as a researcher would approach a problem on the job. Specifically, Arizona Legal Research explains how to research Arizona secondary sources, constitutional law, statutes (including legislative history), administrative law, and cases. Arizona Legal Research also includes a chapter covering the basics of researching Indian and tribal law, which are important subjects to Arizona legal practitioners.

There are several updates to this edition that make Arizona Legal Research a helpful guide for students and practitioners who either work remotely or conduct research all online. First, the initial chapter explains the overall research process, including how to formulate a search and how to make cost-effective research plans. Second, each chapter highlights free online sources for research, while still providing guidance on pay research databases and books. Finally, one appendix contains a glossary of important legal research terms, and a second appendix reviews basic citation rules.

In addition, Arizona Legal Research explains the resources needed for researching federal law. Thus, it can be used as the sole text in a research course or in conjunction with texts focusing on topical or federal research.

This book is part of the Legal Research Series, edited by Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff, Director of the Legal Research and Writing Program, Concordia University School of Law.

Sold By Carolina Academic Press
ISBNs 1531020739, 9781531020736, 1531020747, 9781531020743
Publish Year 2021
Language English
Website https://cap-press.com/books/isbn/9781531020736/Arizona-Legal-Research-Fourth-Edition#