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    The practice of employment law requires that you familiarize yourself with a vast array of legal resources, including statutes, regulations, and cases at both the federal and state level. An understanding of administrative law, too, is crucial for a successful claim. It's highly suggested that you learn more about administrative law research with the help of this other LibGuide. 

     

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