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Legal Research: California Free Resources: Home

Whether you are working, interning, or are a recent graduate, this guide identifies free and low-cost resources that will help you with your California legal research needs.

Guide Overview

Whether you are working, interning, or are a recent graduate, this guide identifies free and low-cost resources that will help you with your California legal research needs. Includes primary sources (executive, legislative and judicial) and secondary sources (books, articles, newspapers and forms.) We also have a Federal and multi-disciplinary materials guide.

Always remember to check your local library's catalog for print materials and possible access to electronic databases. You can submit interlibrary loan requests for articles from paid journals from your local library.

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