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Cornell Library at Vermont Law & Graduate School

Vermont Librarians' Legal Information Toolkit: Ask a Law Librarian

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Reference Services

Stuck on your legal research question? We're here to help!

Services for the public and public library staff:

  • If you have a citation, we can help you locate the source and, often, the full text of the document.
  • If you are unfamiliar with legal research databases, we can show you how to use them, via video chat appointment.
  • If you'd like suggestions for sources that might contain information about your topic, we can give you some starting points.
  • If you'd like to borrow a self-help legal guide, you can make a request for inter-library loan. Browse our collection of self-help titles. We will lend books to any Vermont public library.

       Please Note: Law librarians cannot provide legal advice and cannot conduct legal research on behalf of someone else.


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