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Legislative & Administrative Process: Policy Analysis

Electronic Resources for Legal Research

Electronic resources are not always the best place to begin your research, but electronic resources are an essential part of the research process. In many cases, electronic resources will link you to breaking news on your topic. The Law Library subscribes to many high-quality electronic resources and can provide guidance to locate the best, most authoritative free resources.

When you discover an electronic research resource by searching the World Wide Web, be sure to carefully evaluate it for accuracy and trustworthiness.

Looking for Journal Articles?

Use the UNM Law Library Guide to Finding Journal Articles to locate both abstracts and full-text articles from a variety of sources.

Databases of Policy Documents

Use the list of subscription databases by publisher to access the materials available from the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA). BNA publishes advisory and research reports, books, and newsletters on topics such as economic, health care, labor, public policy, and tax issues.

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