Workshops on Online Legal Research will take place between 10th – 14th October and Saturday 22nd October at various times (see below)

We will show you how to use the Lexis Library and Westlaw databases for legal research. We will work through a legal problem and demonstrate how you start with Halsbury’s Laws as a secondary legal source to find a description of the law and move on to use Halsbury’s Statutes as a primary legal source to look up the actual law. Additionally, we will show you how to search for cases on the Westlaw database. We will also look at sources of commentary such as legal journals, practitioner texts, legal encyclopaedias and dictionaries all available on both LexisLibrary and Westlaw.

In LRC Room 217
Monday 10th October 11.45am – 12.45pm
Tuesday 11th October 11.45am – 12.45pm
Wednesday 12th October 12pm – 1pm
Thursday 13th October 3.45pm – 4.45pm
Friday 14th October 12pm -1 pm
Saturday 22nd October 11.40am – 12.20pm

If you wish to attend a session go onto ‘ELITE’ and select ‘ My Student Hub’ – Events , activities and Sign-ups – click on the heading of the folder called ‘LPC PLR Online Legal Research Workshop IT 217’ – select the session you can attend by clicking on its heading – Select ‘Sign-up’ button.