The Legal Research Survival Manual with Video Modules, by Robert Berring and Michael Levy, is an eighty-seven-page book written in a conversational, informal tone, packed with all the information new legal researchers need to survive their early days in the law library. The book's intended audience are novice legal researchers, in particular first-year law students. The authors have filled the pages with sage advice but left out material novices are not likely to encounter during the first year of law school. The authors, with the help of two additional experts, have added twelve online videos readers can access for expanded explanations of the material in the book.
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Christine Iaconeta, Keeping Up with New Legal Titles: The Legal Research Manual with Video Modules, 2nd Ed. , 110 Law Libr. J. 262 (2018).