LEGALST 195A/H195A: Legal Studies Honors Thesis

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Thesis research and writing can very specific and a single library session may not provide you with all the information you need.  You are more than welcome to contact a Librarian to ask a question, set up an appointment, or get more help with anything related to the Library and research. 

To schedule a Research Advisory appointment with one of the Librarians specializing in legal studies, political science, education, psychology or social welfare, click HERE or email Jill Woolums directly.

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Proxy Server
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VPN (Virtual Private Network)
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Research Advisory Service

Research Advisory Service for Cal Undergraduates

Book a 30-minute appointment with a librarian who will help refine and focus research inquiries, identify useful online and print sources, and develop search strategies for humanities and social sciences topics.

Schedule, view, edit or cancel your appointment online (CalNetID required)

This service is for Cal undergraduates only. Graduate students and faculty should contact the library liaison to their department or program for specialized reference consultations.

Last Update: December 03, 2013 18:19