When Worlds Collide

Real life legal research problems are rarely neat and tidy, or confined within the boundaries of one area of law. Client situations often require research into inter-related aspects of family and estates law, criminal and civil law, or employment and immigration law, for example. So, where can you find practical resources to meet this research challenge? 

Try checking for relevant CPD/CLE materials. Many continuing education programs for legal practitioners specifically address the need for guidance on interdisciplinary issues.

Here are a few good examples:

And if you need more research help, just ask us.