Principle III, Standard A

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Principle III: A successful legal researcher critically evaluates information.


  1. An information-literate legal professional knows that information quality varies.


    1. Consistently applies criteria to evaluate the reliability of information, including but not limited to
      1. Authority,
      2. Credibility;
      3. Currency; and
      4. Authenticity
    2. Understands that these criteria are relevant for both print and online, and legal and non-legal, sources.