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When Dr. Graves was admitted to practice law in 1986, the internet was the exclusive domain of geek experimenters.

It wasn't until 1991 that the "web" as we know it went public.

Yahoo® appeared in 1994. Google® didn't start until 1996.

Jurisdictionary® followed in 1997.

But, back in 1986 there was no internet or any affordable way to do online legal research.

Legal research took place at the local law library.

Thousands of books. Tens of thousands of pages to turn. Tedious hours trying to find legal precedent to control judges.

Today, the law is online and easy-to-find!

This class will show me how to use online legal research to support my case with citations to legal authorities that control my trial judge's decisions!

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