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Legal Encyclopedias & ALRJournal Articles -- LawJournals Articles -- Non-LawTreatises & Other Secondary Sources
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Sports Law Seminar Research Paper Guide  

This guide is for Professor Hurst's Sports Law Seminar class.
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Sports Law Seminar Research Paper

This guide has been designed for UF law students enrolled in Professor Hurst's Sports Law Seminar to assist them with researching their seminar papers.

The guide is organized as follows:

Get Started: Pick a Topic | Develop a Research Plan

Secondary Sources: Legal Encyclopedias & ALRs | Journal Articles -- Law | Journal Articles -- Non-law  |  Treatises & Other Secondary Sources 

Primary Sources (cases, statutes, & legislative history)

Other Resources (sports law associations & other resources)

 

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