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Go to their trainings on campus. Follow them on FB to get alerts about research videos. Or just seek out their research videos (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/user/LexisNexis ... ols/videos).
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BVest wrote:Go to their trainings on campus. Follow them on FB to get alerts about research videos. Or just seek out their research videos (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/user/LexisNexis ... ols/videos).
some of these are mandatory at my school and I never really get anything out of them but...
rinkrat19 wrote:Could also throw yourself upon the mercy of the legal librarians. At NU, at least, they are super nice people.
I may actually go to the librarians at school! totally forgot about that
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foundingfather wrote:Are there any good guides online for getting better at researching using Westlaw or Lexis?
assuming you are have student access, lexis and westlaw both have hotlines you can call where they will walk you through exactly how to search for a specific thing
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