How to use the Legal Research tools found in a Law Library:
ALRs — Annotated Law Reports, link downloads a PowerPoint review
Digests — How to locate cases
Encyclopedias — American Jurisprudence (AmJur) and Corpus Juris Secundum (CJS); how to use.
Encyclopedias — List of available encyclopedias.
Legal Periodicals — How to use
Legislative Histories — Federal
Municipal Law Research — Cities and Towns
Presidential Documents — Research Guides
Shepard's Citations — User's Guide
State Constitutions — Law and History Research Guide
State Court Decisions — Case Law Research Guide
State Legislative History — Sources
Statutes—Laws and Legal Research
Statutes Strategy — Legal Research Strategy
Textbooks — Using textbooks to learn legal research
Treaties — Guide to U.S. Treaties
United States Constitution — Guide to Law Online: U.S. Constitution | Law Library of Congress
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