Legel Process Final Exam Study Guide

Legel Process Final Exam Study Guide - Legal Process Prof....

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Legal Process Prof. Pocock Fall 2006 RESEARCH STUDY GUIDE From your study and practice of legal research this fall, you should understand the following concepts and terms. If you have questions, consult your Sloan text. For further clarification, consult your professor. 1. What is primary authority? 2. What is secondary authority? 3. What is an official publication (e.g., a case reporter or a statutory code)? What are its characteristics? 4. What is an unofficial publication (e.g., a case reporter or a statutory code)? What are its characteristics? 5. What law comes from each of the three branches of government? I. Statutory Law A. What is statutory law? B. What is a code? C. What is an annotated code? D. What types of information are available in the annotations to a statute in an annotated code? E. How can you find a particular statute in a statutory code? F. How can you use the various tables of contents in a statutory code? G.
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