Distinguish between different sources of law and understand the hierarchy of information
Confidently assess the reliability and currency of information on various databases
Develop search strategies to confidently identify all relevant documents
Use citations to locate a document and determine its potential value as precedent
Understand the legal research process and how to make an efficient plan
Learn the dos and don’ts of legal research and when Google can’t provide the answer
Gain a deeper understanding of the differences between law reports, publishers and resources
Gain tips for how to approach more complex legal problems and obscure questions
Learn how to stay up to date with key developments in the law
Exclusively for attendees, you will receive a free one-year subscription to JustisOne UK core – Justis’ flagship legal research platform to support the development of your research skills. You will also receive an accreditation from Justis to validate your attendance and showcase your skills for your training contract, pupillage or related job applications.
The main event will be hosted by Ruth Bird, former Bodleian Law Librarian, University of Oxford, with over 10 years’ experience in private practice. Ruth was a member of the Council of BIALL, and was Vice President of the International Association of Law Libraries. Ruth is an Honorary Bencher at Middle Temple.
Ruth will be joined by Emily Allbon, Senior Lecturer, Programme Director for the LLB in Legal Practice and Director of Mooting at City, University of London; creator of the award-winning Lawbore law resource website, and named one of 55 National Teaching Fellows in 2013 by Higher Education Academy – the UK’s most prestigious awards for excellence in higher education teaching.
The Academy is open to law and non-law students, recent graduates and trainee practitioners, as well as any one who will benefit from an enhanced knowledge of legal research skills. To find out more information, or to discuss attending the academy contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first academy will be on Tuesday 4th July 2017 2.00-5.00pm, the Brockway room, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL.Register
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