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This research guide offers a starting point for law students and practitioners conducting immigration law research. It provides both primary and secondary resources, including print resources available at the University of St. Thomas Law School Library and electronic resources available on Westlaw, Lexis, and the free Web. The guide also describes how to find these resources and information on where they are located.
When beginning research on an unfamiliar topic, secondary resources can be helpful. Secondary resources include encyclopedias, treatises, nutshells, and other similar materials that provide background information on a particular topic or issue. They guide the researcher towards relevant case and statutory law.
Many treatises are also available online through Westlaw and Lexis. Listed below are relevant treatises with links to the CLICnet catalog, which will direct you to the appropriate database and source. Or, search for the listed database to find within Westlaw or Lexis.