This book stresses a systematic, problem-solving approach to legal research that shows the reader how to actually go about doing legal research in an efficient manner, rather than just where to find the law. It sets out a clear, universally applicable research strategy that guides the researcher through the research process from beginning to end. The book also includes a section on tips for avoiding common research pitfalls in the workplace, a trouble-shooting guide for helping the researcher overcome common hurdles that arise in research problems, and a summary of the various primary and secondary sources of law and their use. While Impeccable Research is thorough, it is also concise and easy to read. For this reason, it makes an ideal reference guide for law students working as summer associates, as well as for practicing lawyers.