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What is a Secondary Legal Source?
A secondary source in legal research is everything that is not a primary source. Since primary sources are the law itself, secondary sources are the sources that analyze, comment upon or describe the law.
Maryland Newspapers and Legal Newspapers
Law Journals and Treatises
Law Journals can be found through Nexis Uni and Lexis Advance.
Online Legal Dictionaries