A few days ago

legal researcher?

Do I have to have any training to be a legal researcher? What exactly would a legal researcher do? Would the information they need be available to anyone?

I am good at researching most things, but I have no experience in the field and am currently in high school.

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A few days ago

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You would need a masters in library science or equivalent (i.e. MLIS). Library science programs are graduate-only so you first need to attend 4 years as an undergrad in anything then apply to a library grad school with a law research sub speciality for another 2 years.

4 years ago
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7 years ago
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