Legal Resources on the Internet

Legal Resources on the Internet

Participants will learn to locate quality legal resources on the World Wide Web, and more.

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In this two-session online workshop, participants will learn to locate quality legal resources on the World Wide Web. The class will focus on state and federal primary legal materials, as well as reliable secondary legal sources, including legal self-help websites. In addition, the lawyer-librarian instructor will discuss how the sources fit into our legal system. The special challenges presented by legal reference will be discussed, and advice given about how to avoid the unauthorized practice of law. Recommendations for inexpensive or essential print and electronic materials that might be purchased to supplement free Internet resources will also be made.

This class will be held online. All registered attendees will receive an email with login information a few days prior to the class date.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Date & Time March 5-6, 2019
10:00am - 12:00pm Eastern
9:00am - 11:00am Central
Instructor Daryl Thompson
Prerequisites There are no prerequisites.
Credits This workshop has been approved for 2 T-LEUs and 2 General LEUs for Indiana library staff.
Audience ALL
Topic Reference, Other
Notes

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Terms/Registration Information

It is highly recommended that all registrants register for this workshop at least SEVEN DAYS PRIOR to the workshop date. If you register after that, you must additionally send an email to training@mcls.org that you have registered past the deadline. You will receive a general email confirmation immediately upon successfully registering for this workshop. All registered attendees will receive an additional email with login information approximately one week prior to the 1st class date. If you do not receive an invitation to the meeting by noon of the day prior, please email training@mcls.org.

Venue/Technical Information

Online via Zoom

Vendor MCLS
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Instructor: Daryl Thompson

Daryl Thompson is a reference librarian at Michigan State University College of Law. Prior to that, he worked as an attorney at Elder Law of Michigan and research associate with the Schaefer Library at MSU College of Law. He earned his JD, magna cum laude, from MSU College of Law. He also has a MFA in Theatre and undergraduate degrees in English and Political Theory from MSU. He is pursuing his MLIS at San José State University. He teaches research as part of the Research, Writing & Analysis course. He has a particular interest in access to justice issues.

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Date(s) and time(s):
March 5-6, 2019
10:00am - 12:00pm Eastern
9:00am - 11:00am Central

Single Registration Pricing
Member Price: $ 79.00
Non-Member Price: $ 159.00

Group Registration Pricing
Member Group Price: $ 199.00
Non-Member Group Price: $ 279.00