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Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014     Views: 15

A treatise is a secondary source written by one or more legal scholars that provides in-depth analysis of a legal subject with citations to case law, statutes, law journal articles, etc. Many treatises are multi-volume sets (e.g., Wright and Miller's Federal Practice and Procedure) and are also available online. The LawTRIO database (the online version of Legal Looseleafs in Print) lists many treatises.  Check our library catalog, JACOB, to see if the Burns Law Library owns or has access to the treatise you're looking for.

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