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Use this guide for a broad overview of the Law resources available at the Leonard Lief Library or for free on the Internet.
Last Updated: Nov 20, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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About this research guide

This guide was designed to help undergraduate students find:law books

  • Primary source materials containing laws including case law, statutes and other rules and regulations with a focus on:

  Federal Laws

  New York Laws

  • Secondary source materials, and the place you want to start to learn about an area of law and identify primary sources. Secondary sources include reference books, booksarticles and other information related to law across the disciplines with a focus on:

  Constitutional Law- including Law, Computers and the Internet

   Business Law

   Criminal Law

  • Internet resources including online Law Libraries
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Original Creator

This guide was originally created by Maureen Richards in the spring semester of 2012.


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