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Comparative Law LLM Research and Library Resources  

An introduction to research and library resources for students enrolled in the comparative law LLM program.
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Welcome to Levin College of Law and the Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center (LIC).

This guide is intended to introduce you to the resources and research aids available at the LIC.  Using this guide, you will be able to locate and request books, find articles, and navigate to a variety of databases to help you research for any assignment, class, or paper during your time here.

If you have any questions, comments, need help with any resource, can't find something, etc., please contact me using the information in the box to the right; or stop by the Reference desk when it's open.


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