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WGS3290: Women and the Law in the US: Secondary Legal Resources

Research Centers and Government Entities

Government offices and departments, as well as advocacy, research, and non profit groups provide useful resources, reports, and data related to their specific area's of focus. 

Additional Related Resources

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Secondary Source Databases

Secondary sources can include law reviews, academic journal publications, books, and even news sources. The databsaes below can provide a number of relevant secondary resources related to topics covered in your course.

Nexis Uni Tutorial- Searching for Secondary Sources

Library eBooks