- The first searches legal research guides available from various law libraries. This can be extremely helpful when you need to learn how to do research on a particular legal topic.
- The second searches the legal internet. This can be useful when you want to search the web, but want to avoid many of the non-legal results you may get doing a typical Google search. Cornell has created this Google Custom Search Engine with websites its law librarians have idenitified as part of its InSite service.&nb sp; This assures you that your results will be from valuable, law-related websites.
- The third search engine searches academic blawgs.
- The fourth combines all three searches described above.
Each of these search engines can be added to your Google homepage.