by Tom Hemstock, Electronic Services Librarian
Created May 2010
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By Tom Hemstock, Electronic Services Librarian
Secondary sources are works that are not the law but discuss or analyze legal doctrine. Treatises and law journal articles are secondary sources. Secondary sources are often the best place to begin legal research as they can help to clarify legal issues and lead to primary as well as other secondary materials.