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Google Scholar Legal Docs

Since it came out a few years back, Google Scholar Legal Documents has been a welcome addition to legal research (especially as a free resource).  One attorney who was in the library the other day told me he uses it … Continue reading

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Google Books to Library Books

Searching Google Books can often be an important part of research as it allows researchers to search the full-text of many books.  However, researchers can only view portions of books that are still under copyright.  Luckily, if you’ve found a … Continue reading

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Google Scholar Improves Legal Citator

Yesterday Google announced that it’s improving its legal citator by changing how it presents citations to legal opinions.  From the Google Scholar Blog: “Now, instead of sorting the citing documents by their prominence, we sort them by the extent of … Continue reading

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