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"The Power of the Web: Free Internet Legal Research"

On Wednesday, January 20 at 12 PM Eastern, join us in our continuing webinar series sponsored by the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium. Our January webinar, entitled, The Power of the Web: Free Internet Legal Research, focuses on getting the most out of free legal materials on the internet. This program is designed to be useful to attorneys and non-attorneys seeking to learn more about free legal research materials. For additional information about the program, please visit the National Agricultural Law Center website here.

No pre-registration is required and this webinar is offered free of charge, but limited to the first 100 registrants. To enter the webinar on January 20, simply click here shortly before the webinar begins. We recommend testing your computer for software compatibility prior to the webinar by clicking here.

The webinar presenter is Ms. Kirstin Nelson, J.D. Ms. Nelson is a Law Librarian at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland. Kirstin received a B.S in Social Sciences from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Master of Library Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia and J.D. at University of Baltimore. In addition to her work at the library, she teaches Advanced Legal Research at University of Maryland School of Law. Ms. Nelson previously worked at University of Maryland Law Library and as a Research Librarian at several national law firms, including DLA Piper, Steptoe & Johnson, and Blank Rome.

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