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I am reading this http://ukscblog.com/case-comment-isl...c-28-part-two/ and I am wondering if it is suitable to quote and cite this within my case analysis?

Also, is using the internet in general frowned upon for sources in such essays and assessments at university?

Thanks in advance.
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(Original post by Chichaldo)
I am reading this http://ukscblog.com/case-comment-isl...c-28-part-two/ and I am wondering if it is suitable to quote and cite this within my case analysis?

Also, is using the internet in general frowned upon for sources in such essays and assessments at university?

Thanks in advance.
If they give an argument which you can't find in more "legit" sources, yes. But you should be looking at all the relevant legit sources first.

Pal got a high first for his disso on the Dos Santos case purely from blog posts, though this was about a month or so after it was decided.
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If they give an argument which you can't find in more "legit" sources, yes. But you should be looking at all the relevant legit sources first.

Pal got a high first for his disso on the Dos Santos case purely from blog posts, though this was about a month or so after it was decided.
Ahh okay, I mean it was early 2017 but I suppose that is not so long in the legal world. What kind of sources would be 'more legit' when searching on Westlaw, Lexisnexis or elsewhere?
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Ahh okay, I mean it was early 2017 but I suppose that is not so long in the legal world. What kind of sources would be 'more legit' when searching on Westlaw, Lexisnexis or elsewhere?
Journal articles. Search the case on Westlaw or Lexis, and at the side there will be academic articles about the case. The best source is the Modern Law Review, and I usually manually search on the Wiley site for that.

Read them, see if there's anything good in them. If your blog is better, use that.
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Journal articles. Search the case on Westlaw or Lexis, and at the side there will be academic articles about the case. The best source is the Modern Law Review, and I usually manually search on the Wiley site for that.

Read them, see if there's anything good in them. If your blog is better, use that.
Wiley? Thanks a lot though,have found some. (:
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