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Legal research is not a substantive area of law, but rather a method for determining what substantive laws and procedural rules apply to a given case.

A wealth of legal information is available on the Internet. While an abundance of information can be found, it does not adhere to a uniform system of organization and is constantly changing.

One useful distinct in the field of legal research can be made between primary sources of law (such as statutes, court opinions, and regulations) and secondary sources which provide useful commentary and analysis of the law.

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Individuals may represent themselves in legal matters. Self-help should be considered when possible adverse consequences are relatively modest.

#1 Law Offices of Justin H. King: Personal Injury (Suggested by Justin King)
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#2 Law Offices of Justin H. King: Personal Injury (Suggested by Justin King)
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#3 Judicial Branch of Georgia Web Site: Includes directory of Georgia court web sites. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#4 Federal Rules of Evidence: From Cornell LII. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#5 FindLaw U.S. Supreme Court Blog: Opinion Summaries Blog. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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ADR Options for Legal Research:

  • Mediation: Mediation is a recommended approach to resolving legal disputes before resorting to adversarial litigation. Mediation FAQ
  • Arbitration: Arbitration is generally less expensive and time consuming than traditional litigation. Georgia law authorizes arbitration of a wide range of disputes. Arbitration FAQ
  • Hybrid Mediation-Arbitration: Hybrid mediation-arbitration provides parties an opportunity to reach a voluntary settlement of some or all issues in dispute followed by arbitration of issues that the parties are unable to settle voluntarily.
  • Case Evaluation: Case evaluation is an alternative dispute resolution method that is useful in the early stages of litigation.
  • Discovery Audits or Masters: Discovery auditing service is available for litigated cases to help resolve complex discovery issues effectively.

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#6 Articles & Publication from Troutman Sanders LLP: Organized by publication date. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#7 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): From Govt Printing Office. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#8 U.S. Constitution: From Cornell LII. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#9 D.C. Cir. Opinions: Federal Appeals Court. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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#10 Federal Court Locator: Find all court sites, probation, pretrial services offices. USCourts.gov site. (Suggested by CLS Webmaster)
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 See our Georgia Supreme Court Blog. Our new blog examines the work of the Georgia Supreme Court. Further detail comes from our Court Opinions Database. Comments and links are welcome.

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