Designed as a "teaching tool rather than a bibliographic compilation of state legal research sources" (p.xviii), "Illinois Legal Research" provides practical instruction primarily to law students. It can also serve as a ready reference tool for practitioners and others interested in researching laws specific to Illinois.
Mark Wojcik, associate professor of law at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, begins with a quick review of basic legal research methods and gives tips for developing effective and efficient research skills. He transitions into in-depth explanations of Illinois law, covering topics such as constitutions, judicial decisions, statutes and ordinances, administrative law, rules of court, and various types of secondary sources. Wojcik also includes a chapter on citation, comparing the requirements of the ALWD Citation Manual, the Illinois citation rules, and the Bluebook.
96 Law Libr. J. 753-755 (2004) (reviewing Mark E. Wojcik, Illinois Legal Research (2003))
Scholarly Commons Citation
Locke Davitt, Jennifer, "Book Review of Mark E. Wojcik, Illinois Legal Research (2003)" (2004). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 577.