The Power of the Web: Free Internet Legal Research
Sponsored by the Agricultural and Food Law Consortium
Whether you are a new to legal research or a veteran researcher, this session will take your use of free internet legal resources to the next level.
As the availability of online legal materials increases, it is difficult to know where to start and which sites are the most valuable. Legal websites vary drastically in terms of materials collected, scope of coverage and search options. Some are good for finding legal commentary, while others focus on primary law or practical legal materials. This program will cover the best free legal websites and demonstrate how to use them effectively.
This webinar was recorded on January 20, 2016. To listen to a recording of the webinar, click here.
Kirstin Nelson J.D.
Law Librarian, National Agricultural Library
Kirstin Nelson is a Law Librarian at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland. Kirstin received a B.S in Social Sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Master of Library Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia and J.D. at University of Baltimore. In addition to her work at the library, she also teaches Advanced Legal Research at University of Maryland School of Law. Ms. Nelson previously worked at University of Maryland Law Library and as a Research Librarian at several national law firms, including DLA Piper, Steptoe & Johnson, and Blank Rome.
Research & Materials