Category «Election Law»

Reliable Sites and Sources for Election Fact Checking

The event happens every four years in the U.S., but it consumes us for over 10 months, and takes perhaps 10 minutes to complete. The event is the U.S. Presidential Election. The action is voting. There are so many different points of view and so much news about the candidates and issues that is is often difficult to locate unbiased information and sort through the facts in the media. Barbara Fullerton highlights several sites to help voters review the issues and check the facts during this critical political process.

Subjects: Election Law, Features, News Resources, Search Engines, Search Strategies

Features – Election Law @ Moritz

Election Law @ Moritz

By Sara Sampson

Sara Sampson is a reference librarian at the Moritz Law Library, The Ohio State University, where she has been involved in the Election Law @ Moritz program since its inception. She received both her B.S. and J.D. from The Ohio State University and her M.L.I.S. from Kent State University. Prior to joining the Moritz Law Library, Ms. Sampson served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. William H. Harsha and the Hon. Roger L. Kline of the Ohio Court of Appeals, Fourth District.

Subjects: Election Law, Libraries & Librarians, RSS Newsfeeds

Campaign Finance and the Internet: A Commentary on the Online Freedom of Speech Act

Beth Wellington discusses the divergent positions of key organizations and groups on the regulatory and legislative controversy over Internet free speech, campaign finance reform, and blogging. She provides links to legislation, news releases, government documents and blog postings on the issue.

Subjects: Blogs, Congress, Election Law, Features, Free Speech

Research Roundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is the author of the LLRX.com Research RoundUp , Web Critic and After Hours columns, co-author of The Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research , and an attorney admitted to practice in Texas and New Jersey.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

ResearchRoundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is a member of the State Bar of Texas and co-author of the Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research. Formerly in private practice, she is an author, researcher and consultant in the New York City area.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

ResearchRoundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is a member of the State Bar of Texas and co-author of the Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research. Formerly in private practice, she is an author, researcher and consultant in the New York City area.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

ResearchRoundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is a member of the State Bar of Texas and co-author of the Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research. Formerly in private practice, she is an author, researcher and consultant in the New York City area.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

ResearchRoundup – Federal & State Election Resources – Updated

Kathy Biehl is a member of the State Bar of Texas and co-author of the Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research. Formerly in private practice, she is an author, researcher and consultant in the New York City area.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

ResearchRoundup – Searchable Intellectual Property Databases – Updated

Attorney and author Kathy Biehl practiced law privately in Houston, Texas for 18½ years before relocating to New York City in 1998. She has taught legal research and writing at the University of Houston Law Center and business law at Rice University. A member of the State Bar of Texas, she earned a B.A. with highest honors from Southern Methodist University and a J.D. with honors from the University of Texas School of Law, where she was a member of Texas Law Review and Order of the Coif. She is co-author of The Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research (Scarecrow Press, Nov. 2000), with Tara Calishain.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup
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