QUT Law Librarianship: Legal Research Course

12 March, 2015 at 9:34 PM

QUT's Law Librarianship: Legal Research professional development course will be held in 2015.

This course, developed with the support of the Australian Law Librarians’ Association (ALLA), introduces you to the Australian legal system and the world of legal research.

The program specifically helps you to explore and evaluate primary and secondary legal research sources, covering Commonwealth and State jurisdictions.

There is a strong focus on helping you to develop strategies to identify the characteristics of legal enquiry and to locate relevant, authoritative information to meet your clients’ needs. 

Course format: 
Live online classes will run on Tuesday evenings from 6pm til 8pm AEST (Brisbane).  Can’t make a class? Catch up with a recording. 

You will also benefit from a range of facilitated self-paced learning experiences. Experienced law librarians will mentor you throughout the course.

The course will be held from 29 September to 24 November 2015. 

The course brochure includes full details. 

For more info or to register your interest, email Dr Gillian Hallam g.hallam@qut.edu.au

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