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About Secondary Legal Research Sources
Books, e-books, law reports, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and journal articles are considered secondary legal sources. They often provide valuable
Consult these secondary legal resources for
clarification of terms and concepts as well as explanations of the law and how it is interpreted.
Beginning your research with secondary sources can be useful in pointing out relevant cases and legislation.
Secondary sources, written by legal experts, provide useful
analysis of a laws scope and impact.
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secondary sources (e.g, books, journal articles, encyclopedias). These sources contain broad overviews or explanations of the law and will direct you to specific primary sources (e.g, legislation, case law, etc.).