you have a citation, and need to quickly determine if the case is

Answer the following questions:
1. You have a citation, and need to quickly determine if the
case is still good law. Which Lexis.com feature would you
use to perform this task?
A. Shepard’s for Validation
B. Transactional Advisor
C. FOCUS
D. Unrestricted
2. The terms-and-connectors search method is best to use
under which of the following circumstances?
A. When you’re unsure of what search words to use in your
search request
B. When you’re researching complex legal issues
C. When you want to establish specific relationships
between your search terms
D. When you want to ensure the thoroughness of your
legal research
3. You’re formulating a search request and one of your search
terms is host. Which of the following will find variations of
the word host?
A. host* C. !host
B. [email protected] D. host!
4. You want to retrieve a specific case, and have the case name and citation. Which is
the most efficient document retrieval method?
A. Use Alerts. C. Get a Document by Citation.
B. Run a word search. D. Use the Transactional Advisor.
5. Which of the following shows the six basic steps to conducting online legal research, in
the correct order?
A. State your issue, select a source, select a search method, browse documents,
Shepardize your research results
B. Select a search method, browse documents, select a source, state your issue,
Shepardize your research results
C. Select a source, state your issue, browse documents, select a search method,
Shepardize your research results
D. Browse documents, select a search method, state your issue, select a source,
Shepardize your research results
6. Which of the following are primary sources?
A. Legal periodicals C. Federal and state case law
B. American Jurisprudence D. Model Acts and Uniform Laws
7. Your supervising attorney asked you to search secondary sources regarding selfincrimination
and Fifth Amendment issues. Which of the following sources would you
use?
A. Legislative history C. Court rules
B. Administrative decisions D. American Law Reports
8. You have a citation, and need to find additional relevant authority, statutes, law reviews,
and annotations. Which Lexis.com feature would you use to perform this task?
A. Search/by Topic or Headnote C. Get a Document
B. Shepard’s for Research D. Any Analysis
9. Your supervising attorney has taken on a case involving a woman who was stopped for
speeding by a police officer who, after verifying her driver’s license, searched her
purse and found a marijuana cigarette. She was then arrested, and is challenging the
validity of the arrest, claiming her Fourth Amendment rights were violated because she
was singled out due to her race, and there was no reasonable suspicion to justify the
search. You’re assigned to do a search on Lexis.com for cases regarding warrantless
drug searches, the legality of “profiling,” and under what circumstances police may
search a vehicle or property in it without the owner’s consent. Which of the following
searches would be most likely to get relevant results?
A. drug or racial w/4 profil! and consent w/5 search and reason! suspicion
B. racial profiling /s consent search and reasonable susp!
C. racial profil! and marij! or consent search w/5 reason! suspicion
D. drug or racial w/4 profil! /p consent /s search and reason! suspicion
10. You conducted some legal research in the morning. It’s now afternoon, and you want
to revisit your previous research sessions. How would you do this?
A. Click on the link All Sources.
B. Pick a topic from the Recently Used Sources box.
C. There’s no Lexis.com feature to revisit previous research sessions.
D. Click on the History link.
11. You’re Shepardizing a case. The _______ is the citation you’re Shepardizing.
A. cited reference C. research issue
B. citing reference D. research topic
12. Your supervising attorney asked you to locate a witness, ***** *****. You plan on running
a search in the public records sources. Which of the following would you use?
A. jane w/3 smith; terms and connectors method
B. jane or smith; terms and connectors method
C. jane and smith; terms and connectors method
D. ***** *****; natural language method
13. You’re conducting factual research, and looking for an individual’s address for service
of process purposes. Which source would you use?
A. Reference C. Secondary Legal
B. Locate a Person (Nationwide) NR D. Country & Region
14. You’re assisting an attorney in a case involving a client who suffered a herniated disc
in a construction accident. The attorney wants you to search in the jury verdicts
source to learn more about the settlement value of this case. You ran a search and
retrieved more than 100 documents on this issue. What should you do next to help
narrow your answer set of documents?
A. Browse through the 100 documents.
B. Use the Alert feature.
C. Use the FOCUS feature.
D. Run the search in a different source

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