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Law: Research Effectively with Secondary Sources

Using secondary sources is often the most efficient way to do legal research. They provide analysis by legal scholars and citations to the most important court cases relevant to the point(s) of law you are researching.

Legal Encyclopedias

Legal encyclopedias provide discussions of legal topics. Annotations included with each entry refer to court case reporters, statutes, and digests of court cases.