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Legal Research Bootcamp 2020

Information for students interested in attending the Legal Research Bootcamp.

Introduction

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Welcome to the Texas A&M School of Law Legal Research Bootcamp Online! 

Are you getting ready for internships, externships, summer associate positions, or your first position as a newly-minted attorney? Want to show your employer you're a research expert? Need to brush up on your legal research skills? If you answered yes, the Legal Research Bootcamp Online is for you!

 

Taught by your Dee J. Kelly Law Librarians, this free bootcamp provides an opportunity for law students of all ability levels to increase your research proficiency and promote confidence in your work.

 

These classes, held online through Zoom over the course of three afternoons, are open to any TAMU Law student interested in improving research and practice-oriented skills. Topics cover essential concepts of legal research and provide an excellent grounding as you begin to combine the knowledge gained in school with the actual practice of law. Students are free to attend as few or as many classes as desired.

 

Click the "Schedule & Registration" tab to register, or see the FAQ for more information!

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