This page will help you analyze the legal problem you are going to research and help you identify the points your research will need to address.
To analyze your legal research problem means to think about what it is asking.
For some legal research problems this is straightforward such as finding cases that consider an identified legislation section, or finding the current BC cases on an already narrowed specified point.
For other legal research problems you will have to analyze it. In general, the following procedure is useful:
You can refer to your LRW course materials or one of the Research Guides listed in this one for fuller discussions of how to analyze legal research problems.