Nicole L. Black:
For many lawyers, Google Scholar is an incredibly appealing option since it’s free. I last wrote about Google Scholarback in 2012 and some of the features have changed, while others have been added. So that’s why I’m writing this updated two-part blog post series on Google Scholar. I’ll explain the ins and outs of using Google Scholar to conduct legal research, focusing on the basics in this post and then in next week’s post, I’ll highlight some of the more advanced features.
- Kerr: New (And Free) Legal Research Tool From Google (taxprof.typepad.com)
- Use Google Scholar to Support Student Research (indianajen.com)
- Fastcase – Legal Research For The Rest Of Us (futurelawyer.typepad.com)
- New (and free) legal research tool (washingtonpost.com)
- Put Google Scholar citations on your personal website with R, scholar, ggplot2 and cron (r-bloggers.com)