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Before starting your research:
- Clarify what it is you are researching and why. Ask questions.
- Try to spot the important issues
- Identify your jurisdiction
- Brainstorm some keywords to use as search terms
- Make a research plan: where will you look, and why?
Some helpful tools:
This research guide will provide you with sources for researching different issues relating to the legal rights of children, specifically child abuse, child custody, child consent and confidentiality, and juvenile justice.
How to Use this Guide
Here are some suggestions:
- Need ideas to start your research? Try the Getting Started page
- Looking for secondary sources? Visit the Books/Journals page
- Looking for electronic sources? Try the Databases page
The materials mentioned in this guide -- except where classified as Reference, Reserve or Database -- are most often found on the 4th Floor of the Law Library.
Reference Librarians are available to help you with your research questions
3rd Floor Law Library at Info Desk
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tel: (617) 373-3332