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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Immigration Law Sources

Immigration law is a very important field and whether you have an interest or plan to practice in this area, the law library has access to several sources in its print and online collections such as the following titles:

  • See Title 8 of the Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) (KF70.A3) (available on GPO's FDsys)
Case Law:
  • Federal Practice Digest 5th (KF127.M63 5th) (this source is an index to court cases and will provide listing and summary of cases) (this same is used on Westlaw Next and can be accessed by clicking "Key Numbers" from the main search page.
Secondary Sources:

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