Category: Legal Research

Historical Headnotes: A Case Study of a Research Problem

By Amelia Landenberger This article began as a case study of a legal research problem: how to properly attribute a note that was printed in the margins of a historical case reporter. The article guides the reader through various methods

West to the 32nd Meridian: Researching Administrative Law

By Dan Cordova and Chris Hudson All Americans are familiar with administrative law, whether they realize it or not. Agencies and their rulemaking and adjudication functions have formed an intrinsic part of our society since our nation’s founding. The first