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Law Sources for Students and Educators: Welcome

This guide was created to provide information for educators, students, and families on a wide variety of legal topics. Kids, be sure to check out our Celebration of the Month Tab. It gives information about the law with a theme that changes every month.


Welcome to the FAMU College of Law's education law LibGuide for educators, families, and students. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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How to use this LibGuide

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The sources covered by this LibGuide have been divided into  these easy to use tabs:

Brown v. Board of Education

Celebration of the Month

Constitution Resources

Resources for Educators

Resources for Families

Resources for Students

Webpages for Legal Information for Educators and Students

Free Legal Research Sources

There are a variety of free to access legal sources available on the Internet and in print. If you follow the link provided below you will be directed to the FAMU College of Law's Free Legal Research Resources LibGuide.

Free Legal Research Resources

The guide covers sources of law on both the state and Federal level. It can guide you to legal research sites, primary law documents, forms, and websites where you can get free online reference help.