Guide to researching executive power

Guide to researching executive power

If you have recently developed a stronger interest in the topic of executive power, we have a new research guide that can help you explore it through many resources available both at the HLS Library and beyond.

Executive Power: a guide to researching executive and presidential power in the United States covers:

  • tips for finding on point caselaw and other primary sources
  • treatises on constitutional law and the executive branch specifically plus dozens of books about executive and presidential power
  • databases–those covering law as well as political science, policy, and history
  • sources for very current as well as older scholarly articles
  • newspapers and legal blogs
  • how to find relevant Congressional Research Service reports and think tank publications
  • links to presidential libraries, resources about presidential transitions, and research guides to other aspects of the presidency

About: Meg Kribble

Research Librarian & Outreach Coordinator at the HLS Library.
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