Primary and secondary sources are essential for conducting successful legal research. This guide provides starting points for locating legal information and resources. Ask A Librarian if you need additional help!
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Types of Sources
Primary sources of law consist of state and federal statues, case law, administrative laws, and Constitutions.
Secondary sources such as legal encyclopedias describe or analyze the law. Dictionaries and digests are finding tools.
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