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This guide was created for Professor Nancy Dowd's Family Law Policy Seminar class.
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Topic Ideas = Current Awareness Tools

Current awareness tools help lawyers keep up with recent developments in the law. Recent developments in the law are great ideas for seminar papers!  The following are examples of current awareness tools specific to family law practioners, students and scholars.   

Blogs         

Bloomberg/BNA

  • Family Law Reporter.  This is a weekly family law information service providing a roundup of important new federal and state cases, legislation, trends, and issues from across the nation. You will need a Bloomberg username/password to access this resources - let me know if you need one.
  • Family Law Legal Analysis & News.  This is a list of recent legal news articles on the topic of family law, accumulated by Bloomberg.  You will need a Bloomberg username/password to access this resources - let me know if you need one.

Recent Law Review Articles & Working Papers

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