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      Law Made Public - Free Legal Database Training - Downtown in San Diego


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      October 26, 2019

      Saturday  10:00 AM (on various days)

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      Law Made Public - Free Legal Database Training - Downtown

      Law Made Public Free Tutorials on Legal Databases at the San Diego Law Library  Feeling overwhelmed by legal research? Whether you're a landlord looking to evict a tenant, an entrepreneur starting a business, or representing yourself in a divorce, your life can be made a little bit easier if you know how to research with legal databases. Here at the San Diego Law Library, we have access to a number of powerful legal databases that are freely available to the public. Learn how to make the most of our resources by attending one of our free Law Made Public classes. Taking place in our Downtown location’s computer lab and taught by a reference librarian, these 15-30 minute sessions will provide you with the tools you need to perform legal research. Topics will include Lexis Advance 101, finding primary and secondary sources on Lexis, how to find forms, Shepardizing, an introduction to HeinOnline, and an overview of CEB OnLaw. Saturday, January 26 @ 10AM: Finding Primary Sources on Lexis  - also on March 9  Learn how to read a citation found in legal documents Find and review federal and state statutes and case law Saturday, February 2 @ 10AM: Finding Forms and Secondary Sources on Lexis Advance - also on March 16 Learn about the collection of forms and secondary sources on Lexis  Find resources by browsing or searching Saturday, February 9 @ 10AM: Shepardizing on Lexis  - also on March 23   Is the case you're using still good law? Find out by Shepardizing Learn how to read a Shepard's report and Lexis shortcuts for Shepardizing Saturday, February 16 @ 10AM: An Overview of HeinOnline - also on March 30   Interested in legislative history or legal journals? HeinOnline is a great place to start! Overview of the resources available on HeinOnline and how it can be used in your research Saturday, February 23 @ 10AM; Using CEB Onlaw - also on April 6   Is the CEB you found in the library already checked out? Find out how to access the same title online! An overview of how to browse, search, retrieve, and print material Saturday, March 2 @ 10AM: Lexis 101 - also on April 13 Lexis Advance is one of the largest and most commonly used legal databases Learn the resources available on Lexis and some basic tips on how to research like the pros Saturday, March 9 @ 10AM: Finding Primary Sources on Lexis  - also on April 20  Learn how to read a citation found in legal documents Find and review federal and state statutes and case law REGISTRATION: No registration is necessary. Walk-ins are welcome. Please check in at the Information Desk by 9:55am. 

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      This event repeats on various days: Nov 23, Nov 30, Dec 7

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