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Introduction

Congratultions on being a part of one of the journals here at Emory Law.  As part of your work with your journal, you will find the library to be a great partner in completing your projects.  As an initial introduction, we highly recommend the three resources below when starting any journal project.

Research@MacMillan: Journal Research:  This portion of our web site goes into greater detail on the subjects of Choosing a Topic and Cite-Checking Tips, with links to more information on Student Consults and the Interlibrary Loan process.

Emory Law Subject Guides:  We currently have over 30 guides covering a wide range of topics.  Each guide provides details on the subject along with links to numerous electronic resources to help you with your research.

Student Research Consultations:  Any time you need assistance with research, finding a resource, or fleshing out a topic for a paper, feel free to fill out our student research consultation form to set up a meeting with one of our highly skilled librarians.

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