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Using Secondary Sources
Secondary sources explain legal principles and can quickly point you to relevant primary law. They are useful for learning more about an unfamiliar area of law and discovering important terms of art.
Selected Print Resources in the Law Library
Health Law Practice Pages & News
Look for relevant news under the topics: Consumer Protection, Health, Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice.
Healthcare Practice Center [Lexis Nexis]
A collection of Lexis Nexis content and tools related to healthcare legal research. Includes news from the Mealey's reports related to health law and the Affordable Care Act. Also includes a comprehensive listing of full-text treatises on health law topics.
Health Law Practice Area [Westlaw]
A collection of Westlaw content and tools related to health law. Allows users to search multiple content types simultaneously. Highlights include pages for the Health Policy Tracking Service, the Affordable Care Act, and Insurance (health insurance, long term care) Regulatory Guidance Summaries.
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