« Legal Periodicals, Indexes, and Other Information Sources » by Timothy L. Coggins
This chapter identifies reference resources that might be useful to attorneys and other legal researchers. These resources are valuable for a variety of reasons, including: to locate a definition of a word or to select an alternative word; to locate names and addresses of experts and descriptions of their services; to locate background supporting information about an issue associated with the case such as statistics; to locate information about a judge such as his or her address or, more importantly, to determine something about the judge’s temperament or courtroom style; and ID to locate names of court officials such as clerks or county officials such as sheriffs, county attorneys, and the like.
Timothy L. Coggins, Legal Periodicals, Indexes, and Other Information Sources, in A Guide to Legal Research in Virginia 138-169 (7th ed. Virginia CLE 2012).
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