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Created to help people handle simple civil legal problems without an attorney, this interactive website includes checklists, forms and articles about specific areas of law that assist users in preparing to represent themselves in court.
General interest and professional. Some full text. Features a comprehensive collection of major legal publications including Michigan specific and provides indexing for more than 1,500 major law reviews, legal newspapers, Bar Association journals, specialty publications, and international legal journals, including more than 2,000 full text titles. Included titles are selected on the basis of...
Use this chart to identify frequently cited Michigan and federal legal materials and find the resources from which to retrieve them. The websites listed either provide free access to the materials or point to libraries where the source may be found in print.
"Unpublished [state] Court of Appeals opinions issued since July 1996, and [state] Supreme Court opinions and published Court of Appeals opinions issued since January 2001." See the Michigan Courts website for more coverage information.
Describes resources and strategies for finding legal information, with an emphasis on Michigan online and print legal materials. Written by academic, law firm, and government librarians, this publication also adresses best reference practices for non-law librarians, and discusses the difference between giving legal advice and providing legal information.