Legal Research Questions & Answer FlashcardsLegal Research Q&A: 401 Flashcards
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Sample questions:


Unpublished opinions may subsequently be designated for publication (true/false).

True. Court rules may provide procedures by which a party's attorney or pro se party may move for publication of an unpublished opinion. For example, North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure 30(e)(4) states: "Counsel of record ... may move for publication of an unpublished opinion, citing reasons based on Rule 30(e)(1)..."


Broadly speaking, what categories of legal authority are considered statutory?

Constitutions; legislation; treaties (federal); administrative rules (delegated legislation); court rules; interstate compacts.


Indexes, digests, annotations and citators are what type of authority:

  1. primary
  2. secondary
  3. they are not authority.

c. They are not authority; they are only finding tools.


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