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Toolbox/Topical Index Arrow   (4) USING THE INTERNET FOR GENERAL LEGAL RESEARCH Arrow   Legal Research Using Google & Other Generic Search Engines
Legal Research Using Google & Other Generic Search Engines
Comscore.com
Monthly reports on the relative share of searches for the various internet searchn engines.

Google Help Center
Basic tips to help you maximize the effectiveness of your search.

Google's Law
By Greg Lastowka -- The law of search results. How Google steers our thoughts and our learning online.

GoogleGuide
An online interactive tutorial and reference for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between.

Searches With Google - I
Pennington, "Gaga for Google, Part One: Making Your Search Results More Magical," 32 Law Practice 32 (Oct./Nov. 2006). Google can search the Web and find exactly what you're looking for. But by sharpening how you present your search terms, you can improve your Google results still more. (Available to ABA LPM Section members.)

Searches With Google - II
Pennington, "Gaga for Google, Two: More Ways to Make Magic, Law Practice Magazine (Dec. 2006)." How to use Google as a phone book, a currency converter, the ultimate library and more. (Available to members of the ABA LPM Section.)

The Virtual Chase
"Tips for Searching Google" -- using your browser effectivly,refining your Google searches and focusing on legal matters.

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