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This subject guide links to resources for legal research. Students in a particular course should look for a guide specifically for that course, e.g., Political Science 418, "Legal Research & Writing."
Note (2020): This guide is under revision and most of its pages are currently not visible.
Legal Reference Sources
For legal abbreviations use Bieber's Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations, searchable via LexisNexis Academic - Also available at Andersen Library's 2nd-floor Reference Desk
- American Jurisprudence 2d
- Corpus Juris Secundum
- In print: Andersen Library's 2nd-floor Law Collection, KF65 .M3)
Directories of Lawyers, Law Firms, Law Schools, & Legal Associations (searchable)
Head, Reference & Instruction
, Corporate Communication
, Health Communication
, International Studies
, Mass Communication
, Media Arts & Game Development
, Philosophy & Religious Studies
, Political Science
, Public Relations
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