Use a research guide, listen to seminars, or review trainng materials when you are researching an unfamiliar topic. These resources typcally include links to primary and secondary sources, practice materials, formbooks, and other related sources.
Research guides can serve as a great tool to begin researching a new or unfamiliar topic. They provide helpful links to primary and secondary sources on many areas of law. Below are links to a few research guides to help you create your own research plan.
Emory Research Guides
Other Research Guides:
Children’s Law Research Guide (Univ. of South Carolina)
International Children’s Rights (Univ. of Iowa)
Family Law Research Guide (Georgetown)
Juvenile Law & Justice (Suffolk University)
GSU Education Law LibGuide (Georgia State University)
Children’s Rights: International Law (Library of Congress)
Seminars and Educational Materials
Barton Child Law and Policy Center: The Barton Center also co-sponsors the Georgia Child Welfare Legal Academy, which offers monthly workshops and seminars at Emory Law School. The Barton Center, in collaboration with the Supreme Court of Georgia Committee on Justice for Children, coordinates child welfare experts to address current awareness, practice, and policy issues.
Children’s Rights International Network (CRIN): CRIN’s website is a treasure trove of information on children’s rights. The site includes multiple guides on many aspects of children’s rights, including advocacy, guides on protecting children’s rights, the UN and international human rights system, other user guides.
CRIN’s site also includes an online library with country specific and international resources.
Hague Academy Collected Courses Online: A collection within HeinOnline, the Hague Academy Collected Courses Online includes extensive publications on human rights, child labor (labour) and the rights of children. Be sure to use the advanced search feature to find articles/courses on your topic.