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Spring 2019 Edition
Secondary Sources: Understanding what they are, why they are important, and how they can benefit your practice | Ania Pobojewski
Consulting secondary sources is the first, most crucial step when conducting legal research. Although not binding, they are an indispensable preliminary research tool that puts the law into context and saves you time by pointing you to the most relevant legislation and cases. Without secondary sources, legal research would be a time-consuming, near impossible task. Read more
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