Compiled by Michelle Buhalo • Last Updated May 8, 2020
An interrogatory is "[a] written question (usu. in a set of questions) submitted to an opposing party in a lawsuit as part of discovery." Interrogatory, Black's Law Dictionary (11th ed. 2019).
This guide includes a sampling of the materials Jenkins has on interrogatories. For more sources, try searching the Jenkins' catalog for interrogat*. The search results can be limited by adding additional terms to the search or by modifying the search to a specific library location, i.e. General Collection or Pennsylvania Collection.