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Resources for starting your research in Law.

Recommended Resources

The leading legal encyclopedias, American Jurisprudence (Am. Jur.) and Corpus Juris Secundum (CJS)are available online via WestlawNext. American Jurisprudence is also available via Nexis Uni. The Library no longer adds to the print editions of either work; legacy volumes for both works remain in Baker-Berry stacks.

American Law Reports (ALR) "provides close and comprehensive analysis of very specific points of law." ALR is available online via WestlawNext. The Library no longer adds to the print edition of this work; legacy volumes remain in Baker-Berry stacks.

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