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This research guide is geared to students at the University of San Francisco School of Law who are researching issues related to animal law.
Animal law is a broad topic that may encompass the relationship between animals and justice through various lenses, including what justice for animals demands of us, legally, politically, and culturally; and how the animal rights movement intersects with movements for human social justice.
The following are just a few of the topics that may be included in animal law research:
A research guide presenting ways to identify a potential topic.
A guide geared to USF law students, with explanations and links to key preemption checking tools.
A research guide with advice and sources for getting started on in-depth, scholarly research for law school seminar papers and similar projects.
This short book is filled with detailed, practical advice on all aspects of writing scholarly papers and articles.
Call Number: KF 250 .F35 2017 Law Open Reserve & Law Reserve
Publication Date: 2017
Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 are particularly useful. Chapter 2 is "Exploration: Choosing and Narrowing a Topic." Chapter 3 is "Inspiration: Finding and Developing a Thesis." (Also available from the West Academic.)