New CALI Lesson on North Carolina Primary Legal Sources

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CALI has just posted a new lesson on North Carolina Primary Legal Sources (primary legal sources are documents that actually contain the law like constitutions, treaties, statutes, regulations, and cases). This hour-long lesson covers both print and online versions as well as low-cost options such as CaseMaker and the free web.

The lesson was co-authored by our very own Julie Kimbrough, Assistant Director for Collection Services, and Nikki Perry over at North Carolina Central University School of Law.

If you haven't set up a CALI account yet, stop by the reference desk for UNC's activation code.

Posted by Sara A. Sampson on Wed. December 28, 2011 3:23 PM
Categories: Uncategorized

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