To begin researching something, we must have to have a problem, concern, or issue that has turned into a question. Research is a careful and detailed study into a specific problem, concern, or issue using the scientific method. Research really begins with the right question, because your question must be answerable. It’s the adult form of the science fair projects back in elementary school, where you try and learn something by performing an experiment. This is best accomplished by turning the issue into a question, with the intent of the research to answer the question.
These can come from observing the world, prior research, professional literature, or from supreme court’s decisions. Before step in to drafting our expert advocate team studies about the matter of facts and other important things and prepare a research data for putting it before next higher and more experienced advocate by following a formal research method.