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Law Journals' Guide to the Library  

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Welcome to the Law Journals Libguide, your friendly guide to the library. Here you will find everything you need to know about locating materials in the library and online, source and cite basics, and links to several resources you will need when conducting research.

Before beginning your research, your first step should be to make sure your Managing or Executive Editor sets you up as a proxy for the article you have been assigned to. They can send a list of proxies to Maribel Nash and Jennifer Lubejko, who will make sure you can check out books to the journal shelves.


Let's get started

I. Journal Checklist

II. Finding Sources: Books and Articles

(Books, Articles, Newspapers)

III. Finding Sources: Primary Law

(Cases, Government Documents, International Materials)

IV. Interlibrary Loan

V. Citation Examples

VI. Frequently Asked Questions



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