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Remote CLEs

The Allegheny County Law Library is now offering remote access, asynchronous CLEs. The following CLEs  are available at this time: Pennsylvania Legal Research 2 Substantive credits Pennsylvania Legal Ethics 1 Ethics credit Fastcase 7 FREE 1 Substantive credit Introduction to HeinOnline FREE 1 Substantive credit Tax Law for Non-Tax Lawyers 2 Substantive credits, .5 ethics…

Topical Research on Westlaw-Criminal Law

Microsoft Teams

This course builds upon and expands legal research skills using Westlaw to delve into criminal law content sets of law. The focus will be finding case law, statutes, regulations, and administrative documents, as well as secondary sources specific to criminal law. Exploring the variety of ways criminal law research can be performed, the breadth and…

Secondary Sources on Westlaw Edge

Microsoft Teams

Secondary sources are vital legal tools that provide essential guidance and analysis in every area of the law. Often using Secondary Sources is the best place to start your research. You can get up to speed on a general area of law or dive deep into a specific subject. You can use them to find…

Statutes & Legislative History

Microsoft Teams

Learn how to conduct legislative history research on Westlaw for a specific act as well as how to research a specific statute. We will see how to find links to other documents on Westlaw that cite to your statute including cases, secondary sources, regulations, and administrative decisions. Also, how to pull up historical versions of…

Research Essentials on Practical Law

Microsoft Teams

Practical Law's legal know-how offers resources that address the needs for improved efficiency. Practical Law's expert attorney editors create and maintain a wide range of up-to-date, practical resources to ensure users have exactly what they need in their daily practice. The objective of this course is for the attendee to gain an understanding of Practical…

Public Records

Microsoft Teams

The objective of this Westlaw Public Records Seminar is to teach attorneys the available resources and search techniques to help them locate people and businesses, identify, and assess risk, understand critical connections and how to gather information on clients, experts, companies, assets, liens, and other filings that relate to civil and criminal actions. Register Here…