Your course textbook is an excellent resource for researching business law.
The BUS 115 textbook is on reserve at the Main Campus Library in Building 5. Present your current student ID at the main desk and you may check this book out to use in the library for two hours.
Washburn University School of Law provides a guide to legal research, including federal, state and international law.
There are a couple of books in the Legal Reference section of the Main Campus Library, which may help you get started in choosing a topic. These books are for use only inside the library; after you use them, please put them on a re-shelving cart (found at the ends of the bookshelves) rather than re-shelving them yourself!
Welcome to Durham Tech Library's guide to Business Law. This guide is developed for Dr. LaTonya Steele's BUS 115 class's final project.
Navigate the guide by using the tabs across the top. For example, this is the "Welcome!" section of the guide.
This guide brings together resources from library databases, federal and state government websites, blogs and organizations with an interest in business law.
This is not an exhaustive list of resources on the subject; I hope these resources will help you get started on your project and inspire you to find other quality resources as well.
Please get in touch with me, the guide author, if you need help.
--Stephen Brooks, reference librarian
Not finding any information on your topic? Are you having trouble navigating the online databases? Do you need help understanding how to cite your sources?
You can Book-A-Librarian for some one on one instruction on how to maximize your searches and avoid plagiarizing.