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This guide was initially put together as a project of two advanced legal research courses in 2011.

This guide provides a general overview of the resources one uses in conducting legal research, in rough chronological order of use - start with secondary sources before moving on to primary sources.

Secondary sources include: Primary sources include:

Generally each page within this guide includes:

  • a description of a resource,
  • when and how to use it,
  • and its strengths and weaknesses compared to other similar resources.

Among the additional resources discussed are the search engine Google and the publicly edited Wikipedia, both of which should be used with caution. 

Legal research is not strictly a linear endeavor; oftentimes one will want to circle back to resources once there is more information in hand. Selected free resources are noted where appropriate as, no matter the stage of research, it can be helpful to explore free versions of legal resources before moving on to licensed databases.

This guide is not comprehensive. For those seeking a more thorough overview of the legal research process, please consult such works as Kent Olson's Principles of Legal Research.

Please note, access to certain databases linked in this guide may be restricted to UT Law or the UT community; please see the library's Databases page that lays out access privileges.


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