The Researcher’s Law Dictionary
A legal dictionary with emphasis on the tools and resources of legal research, of particular interest to researchers, students, and librarians, with definitions more in-depth than found in any other dictionary.
Edward B. Sadowski, MLS
.The Researcher’s Law Dictionary
Copyright 2010 by Edward B. Sadowski. All rights reserved. Citations in primary and secondary sources and documents use abbreviations of case reporters, codes, courts, law reviews, and other legal resources. Proper forms of abbreviations are required by courts for all submitted legal documents. Abbreviations of courts and publications used in legal citation are often completely inscrutable, akin to trying to...