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Faculty Research Assistants Resources

A guide to resources and procedures for students working as research assistants within the College of Law.

Library Catalog

Using EBSCO Databases

Several of the sources listed on the Locating Secondary Sources page are EBSCO Host databases. The following videos will show users how to locate sources in these databases using a basic search, advance search, and subject terms. 

General Resources

Before moving on to any of the other resources listed here, make sure that you consult, at a minimum, the following resources. 

Businesses and Corporations

In addition to the resources below, you can access a Bloomberg Professional Terminal in the law library. See the reference desk for more information on using this resource.

Criminal Law/Justice

Education

Environmental Issues

Foreign and International Law

General History

Health and Medicine

Intellectual Property

Legal History

Tax

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