Starting a Summer Law Job? We Can Help!

Check out HLSL Research Librarian / Instruction Coordinator AJ Blechner’s newly updated research guides: Prepare to Practice and Local Law Libraries.

Prepare to Practice

This research guide is a great place to start if you’re starting summer employment or a new job. Topics include 50-state surveys, legislative history, regulations, dockets, forms, current awareness, and more. Want to learn more? Returning HLS students can sign up for our Advanced Legal Research course!

Local Law Libraries

Whether you’re working at a law job, or need access to legal resources to learn about a legal problem affecting your life, consider your local law library. These libraries typically focus on the laws of their region, and carry materials on a wide variety of legal subjects. Learn more about different types of local law libraries, the types of resources they have, how law librarians can (and cannot) help, and how to find legal help.

Best of luck with your summer research!

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