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Education Law

Research Tip: Search by Subject Headings

If you are browsing or just looking to expand your research, try searching the University of Illinois Online Library Catalog by subject heading. Here are some subject headings that are commonly used to classify Education Law books.

Journals dedicated to education law


There are several Journals dedicated to Education Law.  Education journal articles are useful sources for current and detailed analysis of an education law topic.  When would you use a journal?  You may be interested in a very specific area of law, want to know more about proposals to change the law, or you might be writing your own article or note and want to find out if your topic has been addressed.  The Law Library has the following journals: