- Title: Conducting 50-State Research
- Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
- Time: 2 p.m. ET
- Cost: Free
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Contact: Jeanne Mejeur
Conducting 50-State Research
Finding 50-state law information has never been easier.
Every year, hundreds of new surveys are published in articles, cases, commercial databases, court briefs, books, government publications, loose-leaf services, and websites.
But how can you quickly find just the right one for the subject you need right now? Join Cheryl Nyberg, author of the Subject Compilations of State Laws bibliography series, for a discussion of her successful search strategies.
Presented by the Research and Committee Staff Section (RACSS)
Moderator: Pepper Sturm, RACSS Chair, 2009-2010; Chief Deputy Research Director, Legislative Counsel Bureau, Nevada
Speaker: Cheryl Rae Nyberg, Reference Librarian & Website Content Manager, Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington; and author, Subject Compilations of State Laws
Summary: Conducting 50-state research is a core job function for legislative research and committee staff. This training will offer timely and expert advice on finding and evaluating 50-state information on a wide variety of topics.
Presented Thursday, November 19, 2009, at 2:00 Eastern / 1:00 Central / 12:00 Mountain / 11:00 Pacific.