FSCOR 606 Internet Research

2 credits

Provides an in-depth study of fact finding and research using the Internet and various computerized legal research sources. Students are required to conduct computerized factual and legal research and include their findings in objective memoranda, professional letters and investigative reports. Topics include: Internet source credibility, search strategies, fee v. free Internet sources, accessing public records, finding and backgrounding people and expert witnesses, company and competitive intelligence research, scientific and statistical research, Internet statutory research, Westlaw, and Lexis.

Prerequisite(s): None