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Google Books

Search with the terms  copyright or intellectual property  to find Google books on this subject. Then narrow your search by country.  You may also find materials relevant to this topic by browsing the following call number range in the Law Library: KF2971 - 3192.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar contains links to scholarly articles, theses and books in many  disciplines.  Full text is also available for many of the links.


What Are Secondary Sources?

Secondary sources are finding tools that interpret legal topics.  They cannot be cited in most legal writing, but their importance lies in the fact that these sources explain and define areas of the law with textual analysis and introductions to basic resources.  They are also good for informative footnotes and citations to primary sources.  There are a number of types of secondary sources, but for researching topics on Copyright or Intellectual Property, treatises, articles and reports are important.


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