Just Research, Third Edition, offers students and professors a unique and up-to-date approach to the fundamentals of legal research. Instead of simply describing sources, Just Research goes a step further and shows students how to use those sources to research a variety of issues, including issues governed by common law, issues governed by state and federal statutes, issues governed by local law, constitutional law issues, issues governed by local law, and factual issues. The Third Edition features a new introductory chapter about the current state of legal research. In addition, students receive free access to a website that walks them, step-by-step, through the process of researching each type of issue discussed in the text using books, Westlaw, WestlawNext, LexisNexis and free sources, including Google Scholar. Among the features that have made this highly regarded text such an important tool for students: An organizational scheme based on types of legal issues and not particular legal sources. Descriptions of both book and electronic sources, including the most recent versions of Westlaw, WestlawNext, LexisNexis, and Google Scholar. Practice Pointers that provide students with practical tips and inside information about doing legal research. New to the Third Edition: A new introductory chapter about the current state of legal research An updated electronic supplement that walks students through the process of researching issues using books, Westlaw, WestlawNext, LexisNexis, and free Internet sources, including Google Scholar.