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Excellence in Florida Legal Research Program  

The Excellence in Florida Legal Research Program will help you develop the legal research skills most useful to new lawyers in Florida.
Last Updated: Mar 17, 2014 URL: http://guides.law.fsu.edu/excellenceprogram Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Are You Eligible?

You are eligible if you are a currently enrolled 2L and 3L studenof the Florida State University College of Law. 

NOTE: Because the "Excellence Program" is being phased out, it will only be available to current 2L and 3Ls.  However, the weekly research workshops will continue being offered by the Research Center and available to ALL students. 

 

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What is the Excellence in Florida Legal Research Program?

                         

The Excellence in Florida Legal Research Program is an extracurricular, non-credit program of study offered by Florida State Law Research Center. Sources and strategies for researching Florida-specific topics are the focus of study. To satisfactorily complete the program, law students attend ten legal research workshops and complete related assignments.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the success of the advanced legal research courses, the Excellence Program is being phased out.  Students are finding that the semester-long emersion in advanced or specialized legal research classes are more suitable for developing the kinds of sophisticated research skills they will need when they enter the work force. Although the Program is ending, the individual workshops will continue to be offered each week during the semester. 

Research Guides

The following research guides contain helpful resources including databases, websites, and print materials related to Florida legal research.

For a list of all research guides compiled for FSU law students, click here

Florida Legal Research Overview
by Katie Miller - Last Updated Mar 3, 2014
1,299 views this year
Legal Treatises by Subject
by Katie Miller - Last Updated Mar 21, 2014
124 views this year
Primary Sources
by Katie Crandall - Last Updated Apr 2, 2014
108 views this year
Florida Legislative History
by Margaret Clark - Last Updated Jan 7, 2013
0 views this year
Cost Effective Legal Research
by Amy Lipford - Last Updated Apr 17, 2014
220 views this year

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