Wisconsin State Law Library

Serving the Wisconsin Supreme Court and State of Wisconsin

Skip to content

Website Catalog

Classes

Webinars

Using Google Scholar for Legal Research
Presented by: Beverly Butula
Thursday, April 15, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Live webinar - Register for Google Scholar

Looking for free, full-text case law searching? Hoping it will be easy to use and accessible from any computer? Try Google Scholar! Google Scholar includes both federal and state case law. You'll find recent cases as well as an extensive archive. In addition, Scholar can be used to search law reviews and legal journals. Participants will learn basic and advanced search techniques and discuss the strengths and limitations of the Google Scholar database.

Registration is limited to 100. Registrations will be approved daily by the moderator. Once your registration is approved, you will get an email confirmation with connection information. Please reach out to carol.hassler@wicourts.gov with questions.

Registration is free. 1 CLE credit

 

HeinOnline: The Information Source You Need, Where You Need It
Thursday, May 13th, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Location: Live webinar - Register for HeinOnline

With access to full-text law reviews and bar journals, primary federal and state law, state constitutions, congressional documents, and sources of federal legislative history - this database is too good to be missed. Learn what HeinOnline has to offer.

Registration is limited to 100. Registrations will be approved daily by the moderator. Once your registration is approved, you will get an email confirmation with connection information. Please reach out to carol.hassler@wicourts.gov with questions.

Registration is free. 1 CLE credit applied for

If the class you want is already full, contact Carol Hassler to be added to the waiting list. She will email you in the event of a cancellation, or you'll receive first notice when the class is scheduled again.

About Our Classes

Library staff and guest speakers offer free classes on legal research and using electronic resources in the legal research process.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are secured for most classes. Below are some of the most popular offerings in recent years.

Ask a Question Top of Page