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How to Present Legal Research Results: Videos

The purpose of this guide is to give law students positive and negative examples of what it looks like to present their legal research to a lawyer.

The videos below are not legal advice and are not to be relied on.


 

Remote version:

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Right Way to Present Research by Eve Ross, University of South Carolina School of Law is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


The remote versions were funded by an SR-SIS Education & Awareness Grant from the American Association of Law Libraries' Social Responsibilities Special Interest Section.


 

 

 

Live version:

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Right Way to Present Research Results by Eve Ross and Jason Stokes, University of South Carolina School of Law and South Carolina Bar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License


The live versions were funded by a partnership between the University of South Carolina Law Library and the South Carolina Bar.