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Perspectives on Teaching Foreign and International Legal Research

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Title: Perspectives on Teaching Foreign and International Legal Research
Authors: Davis, Jean J.
Szymczak, Victoria J.
Topulos, Katherine
Weigmann, Stefanie
Keywords: International Law
Legal Research
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: 19 Legal Reference Services Q. 55 2001
Series/Report no.: Legal Reference Services Q., Volume 19
Abstract: This article discusses various models for teaching international and foreign legal research. In some law schools, international and foreign legal research is a semester-long course. In other law schools, international and foreign legal research is a component of an advanced legal research seminar or an international law course. Stefanie Weigmann presents an overview of teaching international legal research and describes her experience teaching in various formats. Katherine Topulos outlines some of the resources that are helpful for those who want to begin teaching foreign and international legal research. Jean Davis and Victoria Szymczak discuss teaching techniques and class activities for a semester-long course.
Pages/Duration: 15
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/35657
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