As you start your summer work it is extremely likely you’ll be asked to research areas of the law you’ve never researched before. One of the things I like to do in such a situation is find a good research guide to get me started. Research guides are available on many law library websites. (We have several here.) But, instead of trying to pin one down from a normal Google search, the Cornell Law Library has created null to help find legal research guides. This means you can search any legal topic and you’ll just get guides — no random junk. Very helpful. This site also provides search engines that just search specific legal internet sites or academic blawgs. A good site to know for any legal researcher.