Research Guides and Tutorials
Research GuidesResearch Guides:The staff of the Reference Department has compiled a number of research guides and bibliographies designed to provide guidance in conducting research on specific topics or using specific materials. The Library's Research Guides are available here.
Would you like to Request a Research Appointment? Reference librarians are available to meet with JMLS students in one-on-one sessions (or in small groups) to discuss research strategies, recommend relevant resources or review specific topics of legal research such as legislative history, administrative law research or using print materials.
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These videos are offered as a service on behalf of The John Marshall Law School. They are intended to offer the legal community basic tips and updates on current trends in various fields of law.For additional information or research related questions, visit the Reference Services page.
Basic Training/How to Videos:
- How To Cite Illinois Cases (New 2012 Citation Rules)
- How To Do Free Internet Legal Research
- How To Use Proquest Legislative Insight to Research Federal Legislative History
- Part I: How to Use U.S. Government Agency Websites to Research Federal Regulations
- Part II: How to Use FDSys to Research Federal Regulations
- Part III: How to Use eCFR to Research Federal Regulations
- How to Use Foreign Law Guide and Worldcat
- How To Use HeinOnline's United Nations Law Collection To Research Treaties
- Library Indexes, Abstracts and Full-Text Databases: Full List of Article Databases.
- Library Specialty Databases: Full List of Specialty Databases.