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Designed to provide you the context and foundation necessary to complete your North Carolina specific legal research, including common law, statutory code, administrative regulations, practical forms, secondary sources, journals, and much more.
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Introduction

Though the basic skills for legal research are broadly applied in the same way, each jurisdiction, or state, has its own quirks as to the rules of law and structure of information.  Because of these nuances in jurisdictional research, researchers need specialized knowledge and skills before beginning their research.  This Libguide was designed to provide you the context and foundation necessary to complete your North Carolina specific legal research, whether it be common law, statutory code, administrative regulations, practical forms, secondary sources, journals, or municipal ordinances.  

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