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You can meet with me, Sue Clerc, your librarian for law-related research. I have a law degree! I can help you research your project; teach you to use the databases; or give you an introduction to the resources available for legal research through the library. I'm also happy to answer questions by email. Email clercs1@southernct.edu.

 

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