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Michigan Primary Resources

This lesson is designed to provide students with both an overview of Michigan primary resources and a "how to" guide to researching various Michigan primary resources. These resources include the Constitution, public acts and statutes, legislative history, Michigan court structure and reporters, digests, citators, court rules, administrative law, and the unique Michigan Uniform System of Citation.

While the lesson aims to introduce the specifics of researching Michigan law to a researcher already familiar with the basics of legal research, it will also be helpful to first year law students trying to understand those basics through the process of Michigan-specific research.

Lesson Completion Time

1.5 hours
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Lesson ID

LR106