19. Secondary Sources
• MaxPlanck Encyclopedia & Oxford Bibliographies
• OneSearch is a Google-type search for FSU books
• There’s a wealth of databases to search for articles.
• Use regular and country reports to point to data
• Current awareness tools such as BloombergBNA
and blogs point to trends and to laws.
28. Finding State Legislation
STEPS FOR LOCATING FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
1. Go to Online Sunshine
2. Select Laws of Florida
3. Select relevant year
4. Scroll down to relevant session law (chapter law number)
5. Identify the bill number
6. Go to the relevant chamber (house or senate) for bill
7. Select relevant year
8. Jump and scroll down to relevant bill information & legislative
40. U.S. Law
• Federal legislation can be found on Research
• WestlawNext for federal legislative history.
• BloombergLaw has both federal and state dockets
to locate current and undecided cases.
• Human Trafficking Database Project
• American Law Reports (ALR)
54. International & Foreign Law
• Locate treaty text and status from the Research
• Free websites, like Protection Project, Legislationline,
& RefWorld are three good free websites for locating
domestic law on human trafficking.
• International materials in both WLN and Lexis
Advance are not integrated so search them
55. Final Words
• Give yourself plenty of time.
• ILL process may take a week or more
• Use the research guide.
• Keep a journal of what you’ve searched and
• Lots on the Web but NOT EVERYTHING.
• Please ASK for help!