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Environmental Law: Secondary Sources

Secondary Sources

Secondary sources include treatises, encyclopedias, study aids, practice guides, periodicals and other materials about the law. These resources assist the researcher in understanding the basics of the subject matteras well as the latest develops in the field. Secondary sources also help the researcher identify major primary sources, such as important cases, legislation and regulations in the field.

Below are some of the major resources for researching environmental law issues.

examples of books at Law Library

Below are representative titles available in the Law Library.

Use GAVEL to identify additional materials.

examples of books at UGA Libraries

The Main & Science Libraries also collect relevant titles. Use gil.uga.edu to search for more titles.

The following are representative of the types of materials available at UGA Libraries:

Westlaw, Lexis & Bloomberg Secondary Sources

Finding Articles

Georgetown Law Treatise Finder

Expert Materials

Find expert witness c.v.s, testimony, trial transcripts, etc.

Westlaw: under Content type, go to Expert Materials

Lexis: under Content type, go to Expert Witness Materials

 

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