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This short Nexis Uni™ video will help you learn how to select specific sources or publications from which to narrow the scope of your search and to quickly and easily create permalinks to relevant content.
This free search engine searches the free full-text of over 400 online law reviews and law journals, as well as document repositories hosting academic papers and related publications such as Congressional Research Service reports. Several of the law reviews and legal journals (such as the Stanford Technology Law Review), working papers, and reports are available online only.
This handy guide from Boston College gives detailed answers to all the most frequently asked questions about legal research. Don't worry if you're a beginner...this guide breaks everything down simply!
Criminal Law Conversations provides an authoritative overview of contemporary criminal law debates in the United States. This collection of high caliber scholarly papers was assembled using an innovative and interactive method of nominations and commentary by the nation's top legal scholars. Virtually every leading scholar in the field has participated, resulting in a volume of interest to those both in and outside of the community.
he purpose of this guide is to help users unfamiliar with legal research identify the key areas of legal research and locate materials in those areas.
This guide will focus on Federal materials, more specifically statutes, cases, and administrative law. In addition, this guide will also familiarize its users with information public laws, slip laws, and code supplements. Some information on state law will also be included in this guide.
Furthermore, this guide will inform users how to search for useful secondary sources pertaining to particular areas of the law.