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Keeping Current

How to use journal alerts, RSS feeds, saved searches, and more to receive updates in your areas of interest.


This guide contains information on resources that legal researchers can use to stay up-to-date with the law and legal scholarship, including the publication of court decisions, the enactment and promulgation of statutes and regulations, and the most recent commentary and analysis. You will also learn how to set alerts that will notify you when developments occur.

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Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (COL) Students

  • Make an Appointment with a Law Librarian:  COL students can make individual appointments with law librarians for one-on-one assistance by submitting this online request form. Appointments are available in-person, by phone, or via Zoom.
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