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Bankruptcy Law

Introduction

We have designed this guide to walk you through the steps of doing Bankruptcy research.  The guide itself it organized in such a way that it follows the steps necessary to do thorough research in this area- from developing background information to topic development and topical awareness resources to secondary and practice-based resources.  Links to prudent primary and government information sources are provided at the bottom.  

Dictionaries

CALI Lessons

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction produces interactive lessons authored by legal scholars and professionals that cover substantive law, as well as legal research and writing. The lessons include a mix of background information and questions.

Study Aids

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