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New Jersey Legal Research: Home

Selected Resources for Legal and Law Related Research in NJ

Legal Research At Seton Hall Law

The Seton Hall Law Rodino Library has a variety of print and electronic resources available for your New Jersey legal research.  This guide covers select resources available for doing New Jersey legal research including finding legislation, court opinions, and secondary sources.  New Jersey Legal Research covers a BROAD swath of materials.  Therefore, this research guide is not all-inclusive, but is meant to jump start your research. 

This guide provides links to a variety of databases, several of which are limited to Seton Hall Law faculty, and current students. Please contact the Reference Desk for information on obtaining obtaining passwords for Westlaw iconWestlaw and Lexis Advance iconLexis Advance.

For some highly specialized areas of legal research or historical research, users may need to consult nearby law libraries at Rutgers University (both the Rutgers-Camden and Rutgers-Newark Law Libraries are open to the public), and the New Jersey State Library in Trenton.

Getting Started

The links below can be used to navigate to various tabs in this guide:

Scope of Guide and Disclaimer

This guide is should be used as a starting point for further research.  Additional assistance may be obtained by contacting the Reference Librarians.

Information in this research guide should be interpreted as legal advice. Please consult the New Jersey Legal Services guide for information regarding obtaining legal services. 



Faculty Services Librarian

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Sara Klein
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Law Library, Center for Information and Technology
Seton Hall University School of Law
One Newark Center, Newark, NJ 07102