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Thinking About Legal Research Problems

Created by Paul D. Callister from earlier version at http://www1.law.umkc.edu/faculty/callister/bootcamp/Survival/tab1.html

The Resources

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Resources are increasingly electronic, but legal resources have a history in print that has shaped how resources are made available in the Twenty-First Century.  The first two sub-side tabs deal with how legal resources are organized.  The next tabs deal with types of resources, the institutions that produce them, various jurisdictions, and scholarly resources.

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