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Knowledge of how to conduct research in constitutional law is valuable not only for legal professionals but for anyone interested in the political and legal systems of the United States. Melone introduces the process of legal research with clear, understandable writing aimed at the lay reader. This practical, convenient reference work guides students on every aspect of writing a quality research paper, from showing how to brief a legal case to explaining elementary quantitative analysis techniques. Also included are extensive lists of primary and secondary sources, summaries of leading Supreme Court decisions, and a sample student research design. Melone references the most up-to-date print and electronic legal research materials throughout the thoroughly revised Third Edition.
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". . . the most valuable aid available to undergraduate public law courses . . . plus a great deal of additional material valuable to pre?law and political science students. In sum, it is a first?rate contribution." (John R. Schmidhauser, University of Southern California)
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