Carole Levitt is a nationally recognized author and speaker on internet legal research. She has over twenty years of extensive experience in the legal field as a law librarian, legal research and writing professor (Pepperdine University School of Law), and California attorney. She is a skilled online searcher, focusing on legal, public record, investigative and business research. She is the co-author of seven books on using the internet more effectively in the practice of law.
As president and founder of Internet For Lawyers, she provides customized internet legal research training to legal professionals with continuing legal education credit. Ms. Levitt has made Internet legal research presentations at a variety of conferences, including LegalWorks and the LegalTech Technology Conferences, the annual meetings of the ABA, and numerous other law firms, bar associations and library associations throughout the United States.
Carole Levitt and Judy Davis, authors of “Internet Legal Research on a Budget: Free and Low-Cost Resources for Lawyers,” talk about their favorite resources for lawyers.
Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews internet research expert Carole Levitt at the 2015 ABA TECHSHOW. Levitt discusses her book, “Internet Legal Research on a Budget” and her speaking event at the conference, “Bing, Google, Duck, Yahoo: How to search for anything and find it.” Tune in for tips on effective online research for...
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