Law research guide

The Ask A Law Librarian chat service is available to all of our patrons, but is designed to meet the legal research needs of UM students, staff, and faculty. If chat is OFFLINE, please see the information located in the Need Help? Section of this guide to find another method to contact us. ** International Tax Law Legal Research Guides ** Uploaded By Frank G. Slaughter, globalex is a compilation of free legal research guides on numerous topics in international foreign and comparative law guides are written and maintained by law professors and librarians and cover most foreign countries as well as many topics in Legal Research Guides. Includes a subject guide to legal databases, an A-Z directory of legal databases, and many guides to researching specific areas of the law. Thank you for your interest in applying to OU Law. Please select your program of interest to learn more about the application process. This guide is intended to help a person with a legal problem find legal rules that can resolve or prevent conflict. It is most useful to work through the steps and sources in the order given. Created by the Legal Information Services to the Public Special Interest Section (LISP-SIS) in 2014. How to Research a Legal Problem: A Guide for Non-Lawyers

Guides to starting research projects at UCI Law. Pointers to essential primary and secondary sources, in print and online. Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by Maurer Law's research experts. Research Guides. Legal research can be a time-consuming process, especially when you are unsure about where to begin. Research guides from the Harris County Law Library can help you get started and guide you quickly to the most well-respected and commonly-used resources in a given area of the law.