Getting Ready to Present Your Annotated Bibliography

February 20, 2010 at 8:58 pm | Posted in PRATT SILS 626 | Leave a comment

Next week’s homework assignment has two parts. By Thursday, you will email me your annotated bibliography portion which contains annotations of law review articles. Like in the past, in the assignment you will explain to me how you found those articles (using the index to legal periodicals, the journal and law review databases from Westlaw and Lexis, and secondary sources from Bloomberg, as well as Google Scholar), and also you will list the final articles with their annotations.

 You will receive a grade for this weekly assignment.

 Additionally, next Saturday you will bring to class hard copies of your annotated bibliography, which will contain the title, the audience, and the entries with their annotations. You will collect the entries from your past homework assignments. Please use the Bluebook style for citation purposes. Also, remember to bring sufficient copies for everybody.

 You will present the annotated bibliography, which will contain all the entries you have already annotated (treatises from Pegasus, Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg, and Google Books; practitioners’ sources from Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg, and law review articles) in front of everybody. Please dress up and make a good impression. Treat this presentation as a professional opportunity.

 Your grade for the annotated bibliography will reflect both the content of your annotated bibliography and your public presentation.


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