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  • Human trafficking2012

    1. 1. Researching Human Trafficking Law and Policy Margaret Clark FSU Law Reference Librarian
    2. 2. First things first…. Off Campus Access http://guides.law.fsu.edu/humantrafficking
    3. 3. Objectives Select a topic Conduct pre-emption check Identify background sources Identify primary materials
    4. 4. Selecting a TopicCurrent awareness sourcesLexis  National & World News  International News  EU-Related News
    5. 5. Selecting a TopicCurrent awareness sources WestlawNext  By Type  By State  By International News  By Topic
    6. 6. Selecting a TopicCurrent awareness sources BNA Newsletters • Labor & Employment Law Resource Center • Criminal Law Reporter • U.S. Law Week
    7. 7. Selecting a Topic Blogs Online publication tools for posting commentary, news, opinions and debating issues
    8. 8. Objectives Select a topic Conduct pre-emption check Identify background sources Identify primary materials
    9. 9. Pre-Emption CheckScholarly papers
    10. 10. Objectives Select a topic Conduct pre-emption check Identify background sources Identify primary materials
    11. 11. Background ResearchArticles and Law Reviews
    12. 12. Background ResearchReports
    13. 13. Background ResearchCountry Reports
    14. 14. Country Reports– Bayefsky.com
    15. 15. Objectives Select a topic Conduct pre-emption check Identify background sources Identify primary materials
    16. 16. Primary Materials for U.S.
    17. 17. TIPS Limit tocategories
    18. 18. CAUTION • Phrase searching • International materials
    19. 19. Primary Materials in International Law
    20. 20. Citator
    21. 21. Primary MaterialsInternational Law Reports (ILR)
    22. 22. Primary MaterialsLegislation of other countries
    23. 23. Primary MaterialsUS Legislation: Legislative History
    24. 24. Primary MaterialsState Legislation -- WestlawNext smuggl! traffic! /3 (victim human person sex) 645! TOO MANY!
    25. 25. Primary MaterialsState Legislation -- WestlawNext smuggl! traffic! /3 (victim human person sex) 157! BETTER!
    26. 26. Primary MaterialsState Legislation -- LexisNexis50 State Multi-Jurisdictional Surveys
    27. 27. http://guides.law.fsu.edu
    28. 28. Final Words Give yourself plenty of time. ILL process may take a week or more Use the research guide. Keep a journal of what you’ve searched and where. Lots on the Web but NOT EVERYTHING. Please ASK for help from Librarians!
    29. 29. “There are many paths to enlightenment” Lao Tzu

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