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Researching public policy requires synthesizing information from many different sources and disciplines: legal research; scientific data; economic predictions; findings and recommendations from NGOs and blue-ribbon panels, think tanks, and government agencies. All of these and more guide policymakers. Join this workshop to learn how to identify and access non-legal sources of information and understand techniques to evaluate and interpret resources in unfamiliar disciplines. This is part of Elements of Policy Analysis (Law 7846) and open to all in the Stanford community.