Instructions for finding databases like Nexis Uni, in case you need a reminder after this video is over. Finding Library Databases Q. Where can I find a specific library database? - LibAnswers
This helpful page from the Georgetown Law Library explains the components of a basic Bluebook case citation. Citing Cases The purpose of this guide is to introduce The Bluebook and basic concepts of legal citation to new law students.
This explanation from the Harvard Law Library describes law review articles, a helpful secondary source of law. Secondary Sources: Law Reviews
APUS Librarians have created this LibAnswer to explain how searching with Boolean operators can help you find exactly what you need. Boolean Operators for Searching Q. What are Boolean operators? - LibAnswers
This explanation from the Harvard Law Library describes legal encyclopedia, a helpful secondary source of law. Secondary Sources: Encyclopedias
This page from LexisNexis gives a thorough introduction to Shepard's Signals and lists what each symbol indicates. Shepard’s Signal Indicators
Visit the Legal Studies Program Guide for a wide range of resources on legal research, writing, and citation, as well as materials on several areas of law. Click "Email Me" to contact Legal Studies Librarian Molly Fischer anytime! The Legal Studies Program Guide This is the official campus log in page for all students at American Military University. Access this page to enter the ecampus, classroom, and manage your student records.

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