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Survey into UK Legal Research (an update)

Late last week, I launched a survey to understand at a very high-level the sorts of methodologies lawyers employ in their legal research.

To date, 102 responses have been collected. Given that this blog is not widely known, I’m very happy with the number of responses and am very grateful to all of those who took the trouble to take part in the survey.

I’m now going to set about reviewing the data I have collected and will follow up soon with a post detailing my findings.

Again, my thanks to all those who took part and to those who retweeted the survey link.

 

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I am a law reporter employed by the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England & Wales. I write law reports for the Official Law Reports, the Weekly Law Reports and the Public and Third Sector Reports. I also write on a freelance basis for the Road Traffic Reports and the Times Reports.

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