In prep for our overview of secondary sources in Thursday’s class (May 13), please choose any one (or more!) of the articles linked below, read it, then reply to this post with a response, like something(s) you found interesting, and why; and/or question(s) you have; or anything else you’d like to say about this topic! To reply to this post, click “leave a reply” or “[#] Replies” below, or click the “comment” bubble in the upper right corner. Please post your reply by 9am Thursday morning!
Happy reading and replying!
- Daemen College, Paralegal Studies, “Secondary Legal Sources” (for paralegal studies students): https://libguides.daemen.edu/Paralegal/secondary-sources
- Yale Law School, “Secondary Sources” (for law school students, but you’ll do fine with it) https://library.law.yale.edu/secondary-sources
- Jeremy Byellin, “The basics of secondary sources – what, why, how” (for new attorneys, but you’ll do fine with this too!) https://legal.thomsonreuters.com/en/insights/articles/the-basics-of-secondary-sources-what-why-how