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Education Law

Education Law Treatises

These treatises are available in the law library, and can be helpful to give you a good overview on education law. If you move your cursor over the "i" a brief description will appear, and you can use this to help determine if the resource is relevant to your research. 

Legal Databases

In addition to Lexis and Westlaw, the following databases can be helpful in locating relevant articles on education law:

Non-Law Databases

In addition to legal databases, much information relevant to education law is available in databases that are not focused primarily on legal research, such as:

CRS Reports

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) serves the Congress throughout the legislative process by providing comprehensive and reliable legislative research and analysis that are timely, objective, authoritative, and confidential, thereby contributing to an informed national legislature.

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