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Federal Legal Research Guide Now Available!

Need help finding federal materials? Check out our new resource guide: Federal Legal Research. It walks through finding materials like public laws, court dockets and briefs, case law, presidential documents, federal agency materials, and more.

Find this and all our Resource Guides at https://www.jenkinslaw.org/research/resource-guides.

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