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We hope this page of resources will be helpful to you as you study Law, its history and language.  The resources we provide through these pages are the resources we use to study the law through.  We provide them here to you so that you will have a place where you can go to start your study of the law directly from the source records of it.  Give us a call if you need help understanding how to use any of these services.

Where do I start?You already have; by discovering Team Law.  The fastest way to get started is as a Team Law Beneficiary; still, even if you are not a Beneficiary, you can start by getting a few good books that will help you in any study of the law.  This page will show you some of those.  If you want to start by studying online first, check out our Online Resources.   To learn more, click on the title to this story or on this link: (learn more)

Online Resources Our Online Resources page provides links to educational and government services that provide direct online access to the law, research tools and educational services that can help you get quick access to the law, its history and language.  Here we provide links to BLM's Land records, State and federal codes, the Library of Congress, Law School research tools and more.   To learn more, click on the title to this story or on this link: (learn more)

Recommended Reading One of the single most important things any of us can do to learn any topic is read at least 10 pages a day from that topic.  Doing so will give you theSlight Edgenecessary to mastery.  This link takes you to the part of our Research page that refers you to books Team Law has recommended.  To learn more, click on the title to this story or on this link: (learn more)

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