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Consumer Protection Law: Secondary Sources

Using Secondary Sources to Research Consumer Protection Law

Secondary sources (legal treatises and encyclopedias, practice guides, and law review articles) discuss the legal structure and statutes, regulations, and case law governing a particular area of law. See below for information on major consumer law treatises, encyclopedic sources, and practitioner and self-help guides, as well as suggestions for expanding your research.

Major Treatises & Practice Guides

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Additional Resources - Expanding Your Research

Additional and specialty topic treatises

The ABCs of the UCC: Related and Supplementary Consumer Law (BL)—also available in print KF1609 .M55 2021 (Mapit)

Collier Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Guide (LX+)

Consumer Financial Services Answer Book (PLI)

Consumer Protection Law Developments (LX+)—also available in print KF1609 .C655 2016 (Mapit)

Consumer Law: Sales Practices and Credit Regulation (WL)—also available in print at Reserves KF1609 .A76 (Mapit)

FTC Practice & Procedure Manual (LX+)—also available in print KF1611.A4 F83 2014 (Mapit)

Additional study aids/overviews

Bankruptcy in a Nutshell (West Academic Study aids)—also available in print at Reserves KF1501 .E67 2021 (Mapit)

Payments Law in a Nutshell (West Academic Study aids)—also available in print at Reserves KF957 .N535 2015 (Mapit)

Understanding Bankruptcy (Lexis Digital Library)—also available in print at Reserves KF1524 .F47 2019 (Mapit)

Journal articles

See additional research tips on the Finding Journal Articles tab of this guide.