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LSSC / LRW Support: Videos

Training and tools available at the NUSL Law Library on legal research fundamentals, electronic legal research and Bluebook citation

Introduction to Legal Research - Video Modules

We have created short video modules (most 5-7 minutes in length) to help you on the path to identifying key primary and secondary sources, and to locating and using research materials in those areas skillfully.  

See the Table of Contents below for a list of the currently available modules.  

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Reference Librarians are available to help you with your research questions

3rd Floor Law Library at Info Desk

Monday -Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Tel: (617) 373-3332

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Secondary Sources: What is a Secondary Source?

Secondary Sources: Legal Encyclopedias

Cases: What Are They and How Do You Read Them?

Cases: Finding by Keyword on Lexis and Westlaw

Statutes: What Are Statutes?

Statutes: How to Find Statutes by Keyword on Lexis and Westlaw

Secondary Sources: Legal Dictionaries and Thesauri

Secondary Sources: Treatises

Cases: Reading Citations and Finding Cases by Citation

Cases: Why Should We Update Them?

Statutes: How to Find Statutes by Citation on Lexis and Westlaw

Statutes: What is an Annotation and What Is Its Purpose?