Advanced Legal Research Methodology

This course (which is to be completed in the first semester of the Master of Laws programme) will develop students` ability to conduct legal research at an advanced level. The course will critically examine the theoretical foundations of legal research and the methods and methods used to conduct legal research in a professional and scientific context. Students will examine the framework conditions of legal research and the basic methods of legal research (including doctrinal, political and theoretical research). The course also allows students to apply special knowledge and skills in the design of a research project that can be pursued in the subsequent topic LAWS6049 Advanced Legal Research II. 5. Participate in high-level written communication to explain and justify the design of the research to professional and non-professional audiences. 2. Demonstrate advanced knowledge and an integrated understanding of the methods used to conduct legal research in a professional and scientific context. Advanced and specialized approaches to the use of legal resources available in a legal library and elsewhere will be explored. The conceptual differences between computer-assisted legal research and printed research are taught.

You will also learn how to formulate WESTLAW search queries and how to use WESTLAW and other online legal research methods effectively and efficiently as a way to save time in legal research and writing. The Advanced Legal Research course is equivalent to 45 hours of study. 4. Apply specific knowledge, skills and competencies in the design and critical appraisal of an advanced legal research project proposal. 6. Identification, access (including the use of electronic databases) and analysis of primary and secondary legal material (and relevant interdisciplinary material) at an advanced level. 3. Demonstrate a critical understanding and reflective evaluation of the theoretical foundations of legal research and the methods used in legal research. 1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge and an integrated understanding of the theoretical foundations of legal research. Lesson Five: Legal Research on the Internet Continuing Lesson Sixth: Citation Format and Primary Sources of the Law Request a copy of the print board (the title was adopted for the use of the course) Please note: If you have registered for a CLS course directly with the college or university, you will be subject to the school`s refund/drop-out policy. Lesson Three: Elements of Westlaw Research and Continuation Your grade is based on passing six tests and participating in class.

You have the opportunity to participate in “class participation” by using the bulletin board forums to complete bulletin board assignments throughout the course. Participating in bulletin board assignments will also improve your understanding of the reading material. For each of the six lessons, you submit a 50-point test that covers information on that topic. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: they will also post their answers to six class participation assignments worth 10 points each. These bulletin board assignments form your class participation grade. All teaching objectives, assignments and tests can be found in the teaching material and also under Activities. Additional resources are available by accessing the URL Library tool. Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site.

However, there may be changes to courses and programs. The University assumes no responsibility for the information provided on this website or for any action taken on the basis of the information. Users are advised to obtain confirmation of the information from the relevant area of the university. Available for people on these sites Luka Burazin, Kenneth E. Himma, Corrado Roversi, Paweł Banaś Proposal/Plan: Written research proposal In consultation with the supervisor, you need to spend about 7-8 hours per lesson reading and completing writing assignments. Please note that no extensions will be granted for this online course. 70% is the minimum score to pass all tests and assignments for this course. Students may consider working in the program if they have the time. This course is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Laws program.

Participants will demonstrate the following skills by successfully completing all required courses and assignments: Bart van Klink, Marta Soniewicka, Leon van den Broeke Students may cancel the course with a full refund of tuition fees less a non-refundable administrative fee of $50 if BARBRI is notified in writing by BARBRI in writing by email to [email protected] on the Wednesday prior to the start of classes. Students may cancel the course with a 50% refund of the tuition fee if BARBRI sends written notice to CLS by BARBRI at any time from the Thursday prior to the start of the course until the first Thursday of the course by email to [email protected]. No refunds will be given after the first Thursday of class. Lesson One: Legal Research: Examination of Basic Concepts Each assignment must be completed at 70% or better to pass the course.