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Federal Securities Law Research Guide: Secondary Sources

Overview

Secondary sources are useful in the general understanding of any type of law, especially when you do not know where to begin or are not an expert in the field. Unless you have a citation or otherwise know exactly what document you need, it is a good idea to start with such sources.

Selected Print Sources

These sources are located on the 1st floor of Gould Law Library: 

Federal Securities Law Hazen, Thomas Lee, KF1439 .H38 2003 (5 v.)

Fundamental of Securities Regulation Loss, Louis, KF1439 .L68 2004

Securities Regulation Loss, Louis, KF1439 .L62 2006

Securities Regulation in a Nutshell Hazen, Thomas Lee, KF1440 .H39 2009

Securities and Federal Corporate Law Bloomenthal, Harold S., KF1439 .B542

Understanding Securities Law Steinberg, Marc I., KF1440 .S74 2009

United States Securities Law: A Practical Guide Bartos, James M., KF1440.B37 2006 

Treatises from Online Databases

Westlaw: key in database identifiers in "Search for a database" box
 
West Group Securities Law Series Online (SECSERIES)
 
Public Company Deskbook: Sarbanes-Oxley and Federal Governance Requirements (PLIREF-PCDB)
 
Soderquist on the Securities Laws (PLIREF-SECLAW)
 
Investment Adviser Regulation (PLIREF-INVEST)
 
Regulation of Corporate Disclosure (TROCD)
 
Lexis: Breadcrumb Trail > Area of Law - By Topic > Securities > Search Analysis, Law Reviews & Journals 

CCH Federal Securities Law Reporter (KF1439 .C7) Located on the 1st floor of the Gould Law Library.