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Family Law Resources

Whether you are taking a course in family law or have an interest in this field, the law library has a number of sources ranging from treatises and practices to study aids:

  • Practice Guides/Treatises:
  • Study Aids

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  1. It's nice to share information for family lawyers. Keep sharing such useful information..Thanks.

    Family Lawyers Sydney

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  2. In addition to Chris' recommendations I would like to suggest Ann Laquer Estin's International Family Law Desk Book (published in 2012 by American Bar Association Section of international Law), call no. K670.E845 2012 in our library. With one out of eight residents in the US is foreign born (2010 Census, http://www.census.gov/how/infographics/foreign_born.html), even family law can have an international element.
    Mon Yin Lung

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