Category Archives: Statutory research

Better in Print? Guiding Students to Books in the Digital Age

Lately, I’ve been wondering if there are certain legal sources that are better in print than online. I am, admittedly, part of a generation of law graduates and students that hardly ever open a book to conduct legal research. By … Continue reading

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The disillusionment of knowing.

Last week, while researching amendments to the Freedom of Information Act (5 USCA §552 (2015)), I spent a fair amount of time looking for a public law section in the U.S. Code because I failed to remember that Title 5 … Continue reading

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