Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Book Spine Poetry: Finding the Law

Finding the Law

Legal research
Finding the law
Behind the bar
The invisible bar
Where the law is

The legal research manual: a game plan for legal research and analysis by Christopher G. Wren, Jill Robinson Wren.  340 W945l
A little birdie tells us that this book is, “A concise, easy-to-understand research procedure for any legal research project.” *

Finding the Law by Robert Berring and Elizabeth Edinger 340 B533f
From the history behind law in the United States to the nuts and bolts of legal research, this is a must read for those interested in the legal profession.

Behind the Bar: Inside the Paralegal Profession by Catherine Astl 340.023 A854b
A real-life paralegal shares her professional work experiences along with general facts about education and the job market.

Doesn’t the title say it all? This is a history of women lawyers in the United States from colonial times to the present.

Where the Law Is: An Introduction to Advanced Legal Research by J.D.S. Armstrong and Christopher Knott 340.072 A736w
Those who want go more in-depth with learning about legal research should grab this title.

*This quote is printed on the back cover of the book.

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