FOR LAWYERS: HOW TO USE THE INTERNET FOR LEGAL &
INVESTIGATIVE RESEARCH" (IFL PRESS, 2004)
if you're not exactly certain what site you're
looking for, finding a site you need is easier
than ever with this edition's updated and expanded
index. Whether you're looking by jurisdiction,
type of information (e.g. real estate records),
or by web site name, you will find it quickly
in the guide's comprehensive index which includes
nearly 1100 entries.
IN PLAIN ENGLISH (NOT COMPUTER JARGON)
Carole Levitt is a lawyer, law librarian and legal
educator she is not a computer technician.
This guide is based on her more than 20 years
in the legal field and is written the way legal
professionals actually search for information.
is also the "Computer Counselor" columnist
for the Los Angeles Lawyer magazine,
as well as a member of the Executive Boards of
the California State Bar Law Practice Management
& Technology Section and the Los Angeles County
Bar Association's Law Practice Management Section.
Additionally, she has recently conducted in-person
MCLE programs for the California, Alaska, Los
Angeles, Nashville, Nevada, Minnesota, Chattanooga,
Ventura, San Bernardino, Century City, Contra
Costa and Beverly Hills Bar Associations, among
Mark Rosch has written on computer-related topics
for numerous publications including Law Office
Computing, Law Practice, Small Firm
Business, Los Angeles Lawyer, FindLaw
and LLRX.com among numerous other publications.
Levitt & Rosch are also the authors of The
Lawyer's Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet
(2nd Ed.) - published by the American Bar Association.
of copies of the books six previous editions are
helping legal professionals all over the country
save time and money as they conduct legal research.
This guide has also been added to numerous county,
academic and corporate libraries. Add this book
to your collection and put the authors' years
of research and training experience to work for
recommended for the legal researchers bookshelf."
The Lawyers PC*
quickly going to become one of my best-worn desk
Paralegal Studies Merced College*
"Users can easily find the
Web sites theyre looking for
Detroit Legal News*
*Quotes refer to a previous edition of this book.