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Inhaltsangabe: The popular Internet research manual The Cybersleuth s Guide to the Internet has been completely updated and expanded. The new 10th edition features extensive reviews of the best investigative and legal research resources available for free on the Internet. Unlike others guides which present sites as little more than a list of links, this book offers tips on how to effectively use those sites and includes over 100 updated screen-shots to illustrate the step-by-step usage of many of the sites discussed. The new 10th edition, has 60 pages of new information added since the 9th edition. Each Web resource discussed in the book has been re-tested and its description updated, as have nearly all of the book's screen shots. The new 10th edition also boasts a new chapter covering search tips and strategies for locating information in Social Networking profiles. Even with all of this addded information, users can still easily find the web sites they're looking for by jurisdiction, topic (e.g. Real Estate resources), or by Web site name, in the guide's comprehensive index. Desite growing by nearly 20% over the previous edition - there is no increase in price.
Much of the information that was once only available to professional researchers from expensive, fee-based sources is now available for free on the Internet, if you know how to find it. There's more to conducting a comprehensive search for information on the Internet than just relying on the results returned by search engines, though. The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet will show you how to be your own cyber-detective and unearth this information FREE (or at low cost!) on the Web. The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet includes numerous examples based on real world research scenarios. Whether you re just starting to use the Internet for serious research or you're a seasoned online research veteran, this book can help you find what you re looking for fast and free.
For the beginning searcher, the book covers many overlooked features of Web browsers, the "mechanics" of navigating the Internet, and basic research strategies and tools.
For "power searchers," The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet covers more advanced search strategies, and uncovers tip and tricks for getting the most out of many of the sites. Learn How To Use Some Of The Same Tools as Skip Tracers & Private Investigators:
- Find out How to Dig Up "Dirt" About Anyone
- Uncover Information to Attack Someone's Credibility
- Seek out the Smoking Gun
- Mine the Web for Missing People
- Discover Addresses (Home and Email)
- Find Phone Numbers (Even Cellular)
- Locate Someone's Aliases, Employer's Name, Political Persuasion
- Glean Personal Information From Usenet Postings
- Unearth Property Records
- Identify Low Cost Public Record and Investigative Databases
- Discover Quick and Easy Methods to Access Free Public Records
Find the Quickest Routes to Free Legal Research:
- Full-Text Case Law Databases
- Online Alternatives for Updating Cases
- Elusive Government Documents
- Federal, State and Local Primary law
- Secondary Legal Resources (law review articles, legal news, etc.)
- Legal Practice Materials (court forms, transactional forms, briefs, dockets, etc.)
Über den Autor:
Carole A. Levitt, JD, MLS
Carole Levitt is a nationally recognized author and speaker on Internet research. She has over twenty years of experience in the legal field as a Law Librarian, Legal Research and Writing Professor, California Attorney, and Internet Trainer. She is a skilled online searcher, focusing on legal, public record, investigative, and business research. She is also co-author of The Lawyer s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (A.B.A.).
As President and founder of Internet For Lawyers (netforlawyers.com), she provides customized Internet research training to legal professionals (with continuing legal education credit). Ms. Levitt has presented at the A.B.A. TechShow; LegalWorks; LegalTech; the annual meetings of the A.B.A., The National Association of Bar Executives, the Association of Continuing Legal Education, and the California State Bar Association; the worldwide Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher corporate attorney retreat; law firms, bar associations; and library associations throughout the country. Ms. Levitt serves on the Executive Council of the A.B.A. s Law Practice Management (LPM) Section, as well as serving as the Acquisition s Chair for the section s Publishing Board. Previously, she was Chair of the California State Bar s Law Practice Management & Technology Section and served on the Executive Board of the Los Angeles County Bar Law Practice Management Section, among various other professional association activities.
She was a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Lawyer magazine s Computer Counselor column for eight years and has also written for numerous magazines, newsletters, and web sites such as California Lawyer, Trial, The Internet Lawyer, Computer and Internet Lawyer, Research Advisor, Nashville Lawyer, FindLaw, CEB Case N Point, and LLRX.
Ms. Levitt received her Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School, where she graduated with distinction and was a member of the school's law review. She earned her Bachelors in Political Science and her Masters in Library Science at the University of Illinois.
Mark E. Rosch
As Vice President of Internet For Lawyers (IFL), Rosch is the developer and manager of the Internet For Lawyers Web site. He writes and speaks about how to use the Internet for research and on technology implementation for the legal community. He is also co-author of The Lawyer s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (A.B.A.).
Mr. Rosch has also written about the application of computer technology in the law office for California Lawyer, Law Technology News, Law Office Computing, Los Angeles Lawyer, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal among other publications. Additionally, he has presented at the Annual meetings of the A.B.A., the National Association of Bar Executives, the Association of Continuing Legal Education, the California State Bar, and in-house at various firms. Mr. Rosch is a member of the A.B.A. and serves on its LPM Section Education Board. He is also a member of the Association of Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA), serving as Chair of ACLEA s Entrepreneur s section. He has also served as a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Public Relations steering committee, the Television Publicity Executives Committee, and the American Film Institute.
During his nearly 20 years of marketing experience, Mr. Rosch has developed and supervised the publicity, promotions, and marketing campaigns for numerous and varied clients, from legal portals to new media developers. He has also provided web management consulting to the State Bar of California Law Practice Management & Technology section s Web site and various law firms and solo practitioners.
He was graduated from Tulane University, in New Orleans, with a B.A. degree in Sociology.
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