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Bibliographies

Many beginning law students get frustrated with the traditional casebook and Socratic Dialogue methods of their first year of law school. Designed to ease and minimize such frustration are the following types of study guides that provide more “black letter” law than is delivered in the typical first year law class. All of these titles can be found in the reserve room or the ready-reference section of the Law Library and the reserve items can be checked out for a limited time at the circulation desk.

Database Research Guide

Health Law Research Guide This guide is intended to provide an overview of the resources available to students through Belmont’s law library. Links are provided to facilitate ease of access. Access to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg is necessary for the guide to be completely effective.

Inter-Library Loan Guide This guide is intended to respond to frequently encountered issues and questions when placing inter-library loans. It seeks to provide guidance to expedite the process as well as answer questions students may not have considered. This is an evolving guide and feedback is encouraged to keep it as up to date as possible.

Public International Law Research Guide This guide is intended to provide an annotated survey of the international law resources available through Belmont's Law Library as well as to provide some tips and basic instruction on conducting public international research.

Study Aids Resource Document

Tennessee Legal Materials