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 Research workshops will be held on Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. in Room L315. Scroll through the calendar for a listing of all research workshops throughout the semester. 

 

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SPRING 2014 SCHEDULE

All workshops meet WEDNESDAYS at 12:30PM in ROOM L315. Workshops in RED are required for satisfactory completion of the Excellence Program. To register, click each workshop you would like to attend. 
 
JAN
22
Bluebooking
Instructor: Kat Klepfer, Intern
Need to brush up on your Bluebooking? Not sure how to cite to that blog you found for your Upper-Level Writing Requirement paper? This Bluebooking review will remind you of some basic rules, a few advanced ones, and some tools that will help you cite more quickly and easily!
JAN
29
Instructor: Katie Crandall
Writing a paper on global warming? Just want to learn how to spell Kyoto? This workshop is a real icebreaker to all of these topics and more
FEB
5

 

Instructor: Pat Bingham-Harper
Writing a paper on drug law and policy? Come learn about locating and accessing the government documents related to drug policy and crime. 
FEB
12

 

Instructor: Jon Lutz
This workshop will review American legal history materials and describe some of the major electronic resources available. 
FEB
19
Beyond Westlaw and Lexis
Instructor: Elizabeth Farrell
Whether you’re looking for low-cost alternatives, specialized practice resources, or current awareness, you’ll learn about it here. We’ll cover databases such as Fastcase, Bloomberg Law, CCH Intelliconnect, and more.
 
FEB
26
Instructor: Katie Miller
Learn about helpful resources for practicing criminal law in Florida from pre-trial to postconviction and everything in between.
MAR
5
Instructor: Stephanie Hayes
Track proposed state administrative rules in the Florida Administrative Register (FAR) to their organization and codification in the Florida  Administrative Code (FAC).
MAR
19
Instructor: Amy Lipford
Learn how to locate important government documents associated with the state’s legislative process. 
 
MAR
26
 
Instructor: Hunter Whaley, Intern
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