John Doyle of Washington & Lee Law Library has created a very handy custom Google search that allows you to search just the content of law school websites. The page includes a list of each law school site that's included in the search, and yes, USF is included! Searching law school websites is a quick and easy way to find legal research guides. For example, let's say that you would like to find a research guide on art law. Type the words, "art law guide," into the search box without quotations, and you'll find a few research guides right on point. Looking for some handy guides to applying for judicial clerkships? Just type "judicial clerkships" in the search box, and you can take advantage of all of the other law schools' online guides about this topic. Thanks to beSpacific for the tip!