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Researching Wisconsin Legislative History: Sources & Strategies
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 9 - 11 a.m.
Location: Wisconsin State Law Library training room
I need the legislative history of a Wisconsin statute. Where do I start? What do I do? Get answers to these questions and more by attending, Researching Wisconsin Legislative History: Sources and Strategies. Participants will look at the primary resources used to research Wisconsin legislative history, navigate the online Wisconsin legislative drafting files, and learn some helpful tips and tricks along the way.
$69. 2 CLE credits applied for. Registration is limited to 8. Register Online | Print Registration Form
Wisconsin Administrative Law & Legislative History Research
Tuesday, November 18, noon - 1 p.m.
Location: Milwaukee Public Library, Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Ave. Meeting room 1
This class will be presented by Leslie Behroozi, co-author of Wisconsin Legal Research. For those researchers who are new to administrative law and legislative history research, the class will provide an introduction to available sources. The class may also serve as a reminder to practicing attorneys of research resources they've forgotten. Leslie will demonstrate the basics of how to find relevant law, including administrative regulations, enabling legislation, agency decisions, and historical acts, bills, and drafting records.
FREE. Registration is suggested through the Milwaukee Public Library and space is limited. Call 414-286-3011 to register. These are demonstration classes. 1 CLE credit is pending for each of the courses for attorneys that attend.
Wisconsin Briefs Online
Wednesday, December 3, 9 - 10 a.m. Location: Wisconsin State Law Library training room (free)
Wednesday, December 10, noon - 1 p.m. Location: webinar ($35)
Learn how to access Wisconsin Appellate Briefs on the UW Law Library's website and WSCCA. This class is an introduction to searching for Wisconsin Appellate Briefs available for free on the Internet.
1 CLE credit. Register Online | Print Registration Form
About Our Classes
Library staff offer both free and fee-based classes on legal research and using electronic resources in the legal research process. All classes meet in the library's computer training room which is equipped with eight computers for hands-on instruction. All WI State Law Library classes are held at the Wisconsin State Law Library, 120 MLK Jr. Blvd., 2nd floor, in downtown Madison. Map / Parking
If the class you want is already full, contact Tammy Keller to be added to the waiting list. She will call you in the event of a cancellation, or you'll receive first notice when the class is scheduled again.
The Wisconsin State Law Library strives to offer 12-15 classes per year. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are secured for most classes. Below are some of the most popular offerings in recent years. Please tell us what additional classes we should offer! Contact Heidi Yelk, Director of Reference