This 1 1/2 hour class will provide information on materials and services available in the law library. Included is an over view of the types of books and online resources in the library and how they can be used by the researcher. Information will cover the differences between primary and secondary resources, the value of each and the most effective way to begin your research. A tour of the library to show where the materials are will be part of the class.
There is NO MCLE credit for this class. It is designed for the public, beginning law school and paralegal students.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Alameda County Law Library
125 12th St.
Oakland, CA 9460
$5.00 Advance Registration; $10.00 Day of Event
Pay with MasterCard or Visa by calling (510) 272-6483 or register online at Eventbrite (https://beginningyourlegalresearch.eventbrite.com/ ).