The library has many useful secondary sources on a number of topics, searchable in the Primo catalog. If looking for Washington specific sources, put "Washington" into your search to see if any state specific resources come up. Be sure to take advantage of the subject headings in the catalog to check for additional resources once you have located a relevant treatise.
For emerging areas of law, sometimes CLE materials will be a good resource. Use the Primo catalog to search for relveant CLEs. Be sure to make a note of the date to avoid using outdated materials.
Westlaw has secondary sources covering the following topics:
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Lexis Advance has secondary sources covering the following topics:
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Bloomberg's Practice Centers has valuable practice tools and resources covering the following practice areas.
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When you are trying to research a Washington specific legal issue, chances are that one of the following four sets will either answer your question or provide you a good starting point:
The Washington Deskbooks are available in print in the Reserve area of the library or online via CasemakerX.