Here are some common questions and answers:
- How do I go about selecting my paper topic?
Current awareness sources like topical newsletters (e.g. BNA reports) and legal newspapers (e.g. National Law Journal) are very useful. See also our Journal Staff Legal Research Guide for Tools for Finding a Topic. You may also want to check out these useful books: Scholarly Writing for Law Students, Reserve KF250.F34 2011; Academic Legal Writing, Reserve KF250.V65 2010.
- How do I find out which articles have already been written on my topic?
Consult our Preemption Check Research Guide.
- Where can I get help with my research?
Send us a question via our e-mail reference service at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us or call the reference desk at (206) 398-4225.