Middle Temple Library will be running legal research and information skills training sessions in the coming months. Sessions are free to attend for all Inns of Court members.
They will be running the following sessions:
The Essentials of Practical Legal Research 1: Cases
Monday 7 October, 6-7.30pm
Wednesday 4 November, 6-7.30pm
This session covers how to research case law using online and print resources. We will look at subscription databases and free websites that focus on UK material alongside hardcopy digests, citators and encyclopaedias. We will also cover foreign and international case law, including cases from the EU.
The Essentials of Practical Legal Research 2: Legislation
Wednesday 9 October, 6-7.30pm
Tuesday 26 November, 6-7.30pm
This session covers how to research legislation using online and print resources. We will focus on how to navigate both subscription and free websites for UK material, alongside key hardcopy resources, as well as pointing out where to find authoritative foreign and international material.
Researching…Human Rights Law
Thursday 21 November, 6.30-7.45pm
This session focuses on key resources for researching human rights law. We will cover both online and print research tools and look at human rights research from a domestic and global perspective, including looking at resources from the European Court of Human Rights.
How to book
To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7427 4830 or speak to a member of the Library staff. If you can’t make any of the sessions above but would like some legal research and information skills training, the library would be happy to accommodate training that fits your schedule, including remote training for members outside of London.