Law Unit Research Guides.: legal resources by subject.
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This Lexis Advance webinar will focus on easily locating your most used content within Civil Procedure resources, such as court orders and rules and the use of AEF&P smart forms and bundles.
The session will identify ways for users to create direct pathways to their most visited titles and increase research efficiency.
The session will demonstrate these titles through use of both the red search box and accessing content via the publications or favourites pods.
We will also focus on other key features such as narrowing down results with pre and post search filters and browsing sources.
This webinar is aimed for users of CaseBase who want to utilise the enhanced features introduced to CaseBase on Lexis Advance.
This session considers the various methods of performing searches as well as features used to refine search results, while examining the ways in which CaseBase provides useful case law content to the user.
The session also focuses on the introduction of simple ways to drive your research efficiency in conjunction with your current workflow, by using features such as digital annotations, research maps and work folders with a view to collaboration.
Use your Murdoch Student email address [StudentNumber@student.murdoch.edu.au] to log in.
Primary legal materials are the written records of the law
Secondary legal materials are those materials which are ABOUT the law:
Researchers at Murdoch University are supported by the Library and the Division of Research and Development.
Use our Supporting Research at Murdoch Guide to discover the Library's services for Graduate Research students and other researchers.
Please contact Debra Smith to make an appointment for advice on research strategies, resources and tools specific to your area of research - this service is especially for staff, graduate research and honours students.
Please be sure to visit the
Law Library Help Desk or the
How to source legal materials page first.
If your query cannot be answered by the LLHD Staff, please book an appointment.