Secondary law resources are books, news and law review articles that discuss cases and issues in the law. News articles will inform you of developments in an area of law. Law review articles will provide a history and have citations to key cases and codes that are relevant for a topic. Books will provide context and a broad overview; they will also cite key cases and codes.
Click on one of the subject headings to display all the books & articles in the IC Library that contain that particular subject. Use the "Material Type" drop down to focus on Books/Ebooks or Articles.
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