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Legal research technique / Christopher S. Enright, Peter Sidorko
Bib ID 2191990
Format BookBook
Author
Enright, Christopher, 1947-
 
Description Sydney, NSW : Branxton Press, c2002 
xlv, 452 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0949609064 (paperback)
Summary

In describing legal research this book makes a complex task simple by providing a model. The model for legal research breaks the task into 12 steps which flow logically one after another and following these steps will make for comprehension and effective research.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-419) and index.

Subjects Legal research -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Sidorko, Peter
Available From 9/42 Albert Street, PETERSHAM, NSW, 2049 

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