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Researching a Law Review Note or Seminar Paper  

This guide points to library resources that can be used to assist with writing a law review note or a A-paper--including selecting a topic, conducting a preemption check, researching the topic, drafting the text and perfecting the footnotes.
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Guide Outline

The links below can be used to navigate to various tabs in this guide. Several individual pages may be found beneath the main tabs.


    Scope of Guide & Advisory Note

    This guide is selective and not comprehensive and should be used as a starting point for further research.

    Inclusion of a link to a website or to other material in this research guide should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the accuracy or currency of the material on the website. Moreover, no information in this research guide should be interpreted as legal advice.

    Additional assistance can be obtained at the Reference desk.



      This guide provides links to a variety of databases, several of which are limited to NYU Law faculty and students. Information for NYU Law students and faculty on obtaining passwords for WestlawNext, Lexis Advance and Bloomberg is available here


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