Presented by Mark Podvia, J.D.
Legal research can be time-consuming, so it is important to have a solid base knowledge of the various sources of the law. This program provides a great overview to get you started on your next research project. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or just starting out, this program will have something for everyone.
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Our speaker Mark Podvia recently retired from the West Virginia University College of Law where he held the rank of University Librarian. Prior to coming to WVU, he was Associate Law Librarian at the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law. He has published portions of four books and more than 100 encyclopedia entries, articles, book and program reviews, and indices and bibliographies. He has spoken at state, regional, and national conferences on various topics including Beer and the Law, Bourbon and the Law, Teaching Legal Research to Non-JD Students, American Witchcraft Trials, Haunted Pennsylvania Libraries, and State Constitutional Conventions.
This webinar is approved by the NFPA and the Keystone Alliance of Paralegal Associations for 1 credit.
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