Look for discussion that explains which parts of your research question have legal aspects.
Lucinda is looking for information about Vermont's new laws on hemp farming. She searches Google Scholar and finds this citation:
An Overview of Industrial Hemp Law in the United States. M Adesso, P Laser, A Mills - UDC/DCSL L. Rev., 2019 - HeinOnline
Lucinda doesn't have a login for HeinOnline, but remembers that a CLIC staff member can help her access that database. She sends a request for a reference appointment to firstname.lastname@example.org During the video reference session, Lucinda is able to access HeinOnline to download a copy of the article, and locate other documents.
Dwayne searched for the term "employment contract" and found this document:
The new employment contract by Gary D. Kissler. Human Resource Management. 1994
This is a paid article available for a fee through the publisher Wiley Online, but CLIC does not have access to this database. Dwayne can either pay for the article himself, request it via his local library's inter-library loan service (which may be free to use), or decide that he would rather look for other documents that are available without a fee.
Marcia did a general web search for "divorce" and found this newspaper article:
Deciding Who Gets to Live in the Family Home During a Divorce. New York Times. August 29, 2020
Marcia accessed the full text of the article by registering for a free trial account with the New York Times online.