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This may be the most user-friendly Internet research book available today!

This newly revised and expanded edition is a complete, hands-on guide to the best sites, secrets, and shortcuts for conducting efficient research on the Web. Discover the distinction between the "visible" and "invisible" Web and how to find information in each. Learn the nuances of search engines in order to formulate strategies for locating the information you need. And read real-world war stories of how Internet data has benefited other professionals.





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This 624-page book shows how to tap into Internet sites useful for company research and competitive intelligence, investigations, depositions, trial preparation and presentations and more. It contains:

  • More factual categories than the last edition, more pages, and completely updated URLs
  • An icon system to identify free sites, free-with-registration sites and pay sites
  • Practical tips on using specific sites alerting readers to quirks or hard-to-find information
  • An easy-to-use topical structure, organized the way lawyers think, starting with the best sites first

Also included with the book is a valuable CD-ROM that includes the links contained in the book, indexed, so you can easily navigate to these cream-of-the-crop Web sites without typing URLs into your browser!

The CD-ROM also contains helpful checklists, including a Source Credibility Checklist, a handy research Methodology Checklist, and more.

"The Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet" will point you in the right direction as you navigate the vast world of electronic research on the Internet.

Comments about this book

"Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch codify the very best resources for lawyer cybersleuthing and offer an insider's view of the tools, tricks and shortcuts to their use. This book will help you get the online information you need - better, faster and cheaper."

Craig Ball,
Texas Trial Lawyer and Forensic Technologist

"Nowhere else will you find the vast information resources specific to lawyers as you will in the Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet. Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch have brought years of Internet research to an easy-to-use guide for Lawyers."

Andrew Z. Adkins III
Director of the Legal Technology Institute
University of Florida Levin College of Law

"Internet research books abound, but this one provides a practical, thorough and organized approach tailored to the precise needs of busy practitioners...a valuable addition to the lawyer's bookshelf."

Ann Puckett,
Director of the Law Library & Professor of Law,
University of Georgia