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Researching the Law: Finding Cases and Judicial Documents - Part 2 - An Introduction to Judicial Dockets, Oral Argument, and Court Records and Briefs - 1 LEU
Presented by: Jennifer Morgan, Jerome Hall Law Library, IU Bloomington
Webinar sponsored by INDIGO
Part 2 of this webinar will introduce participants to federal
and state judicial dockets. Participants will learn what a docket is and
about the different types of documents that are generated throughout the life
of a court case. We will also discuss how to find court briefs and oral
arguments using both commercial and free resources.
(No need to travel to the Indiana
State Library, you can attend from the comfort of your own library!)
webinar is eligible for 1 LEU which you will receive via email from your
presenter within 30 days.
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