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Lansing Community College Library

Law Resources: Get Started

Use this guide to find primary and secondary law resources, including MI laws & paralegal / legal studies information.

Welcome

Primary and secondary sources are essential for conducting successful legal research. This guide provides starting points for locating  information and resources about legal topics and the law.

Local Law Libraries

Please review library hours, access procedures, and research services available to the general public before visiting the following law libraries.

Types of Sources

Primary sources of law consist of state and federal statues, case law, administrative law, and constitutions.

Secondary sources of law such as legal encyclopedia describe or analyze the law. Dictionaries and digests are finding tools.

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Recommended Law Databases

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Lansing Community College (LCC) Law Resources Research Guide created by Kim Farley, LCC Librarian in 2014.  Managed by Suzanne Sawyer, Reference Lead & Liaison Librarian from 2017 - May 2022. This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License