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Sometimes databases will contain practice focused pages or centers.  These pages are designed to be a "one-stop-shop" for practitioners when practicing in a certain area.  These pages will typically contain a vast array of sources relating to the original subject, including things like secondary sources, forms, checklists, transactional aids, and other practice-based resources.  Once you understand your topic or area of law, these can be an efficient place to begin your research.

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