Need to know how to research Washington legislative history? Just like Federal legislative history helps interpret what a law means, state legislative history helps too. The Washington Legislative History Research guide by Tina Ching can walk you through the process of researching legislative history in Washington, as well as how to handle LEXIS and Westlaw searches for best results when looking at Washington law, and even provides a few links to interesting reading like Edward Seeberger’s Sine die: a Guide to the Washington State Legislative Process. When doing your Legal Writing papers or out in the real world, if you need legislative intent, this guide will help you find it.
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Lupe Ceballos and the Center for Indian Law and Policy prepared this excellent guide of resources on Indian law, Indian rights and treaties, and rights of tribal nations. This guide is useful for everyone from students on their first day in their federal Indian law class to practitioners working in the field.
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Starting to prepare for exams? Consult our online research guide on Exam Taking Resources for a bibliography of books and other resources you may find useful for exam preparation.
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There are many kinds of study aids, and they each have a niche which you should know about and understand. This guide fills you in on what the library has, what the library doesn’t have, and when to use what guides.
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When you’re studying, it can be really helpful to see sample questions, either from a professor or in the subject matter generally. This guide by Charity Braceros shows you where the past exams are, how they are organized, and what you need to know about finding old exams. Newer exams are placed on TWEN sites at the discretion of faculty members.
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This guide shows you how to do preemption checks on your potential law review articles, or major scholarly writings which you might be doing for an independent study. A preemption check is much more than just Shepardizing, and this guide tells you how to do it yourself and do it right the first time.