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Law Search Guide: Critically Evaluate

This guide will show you how to search a law topic using quick and simple methods.

Why critically evaluate?

  • Academic work and legal arguments require high-quality evidence. 
  • You will need to select sources from a large amount of information available, you will need to be selective of what you cite. 
  • Relevant sources are needed as evidence and to support your arguments. 
  • Different weights can be given to different sources.

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