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LAW 7400 - Juvenile Justice: Secondary Sources

This guide contains resources available in the juvenile justice area of American law.

Secondary sources are materials that discuss, explain, analyze, and critique the law. They discuss the law, but are not the law itself. Secondary sources, such as Law Journals, Encyclopedias, and Treatises are a great place to start your legal research. Unlike primary sources (case law, statutes, regulations, etc.), secondary sources will help you learn about an area of law, provide you with the scope of the law, and will provide you with citations to applicable and relevant primary law materials.

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Selected Indices

Indices like the Index to Legal Periodicals and LegalTrac can help you identify relevant articles for your preemption check and for researching your chosen topic.