The ABA’s Litigation Section’s website has a number of useful resources, but I hadn’t noticed its podcasts, including one that could be usefully shown to law students of young associates on how to use the web intelligently for American legal research.
It’s billed as follows:
Quick and Dirty Research
What happens when you need an answer right away, and you can’t bill for the research? No need to panic. Christina DeVries shares some techniques for finding the law in 30 minutes or less.
Lots of practical tips, which might just steer a student to use Google more intelligently. I especially liked the use of feedback as a way of enriching searching