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Education Law

Overview of Resources

Secondary sources are a great way to find your entry point into the information available, by "standing on the shoulders of giants."

We've organized our guides to Education Law secondary sources into these categories:

  • Getting up to Speed Fast: Hornbooks, Treatises, and Must-read Introductory Articles (like recent literature reviews). [link]
  • Digests. These are also useful for getting up to speed fast - other lawyers have spent a lot of time going through the caselaw so you can do that faster.
  • Legal Encyclopedias, Restatements, and Treatises [link]
  • Education Law & Policy-centered Journals
  • Books about Education Law & Policy