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Primary Sources of Bankruptcy Law
ProQuest Congressional offers access to congressional publications dealing with the wide variety of topics addressed by Congress.
Formulated searches on major pieces of legislation can be found in the legislative history section of each tab.
Library of Congress
In the spirit of Thomas Jefferson, legislative information is available from the Library of Congress
Today’s legal researchers have a number of legal resources at their disposal.
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Hein Online offers a vast number of law journals and reviews and these often provide useful footnotes leading to primary sources of information.
Journal articles are a good starting point for research, providing scholarly perspective and analysis, and references to any number of primary sources.
Hein's Legislative History collection includes:
- Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978: A Legislative History. Also available in print.
- Bankruptcy Amendments and Federal Judgeship Act of 1984: P.L. 98-353: 98 Stat. 333: July 10, 1984
Bankruptcy journals include:
- American Bankruptcy Law Journal
- Bankruptcy Developments Journal
- Business and Bankruptcy Law Journal
- Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law
- Review of Banking and Financial Law
- Rutgers Business Law Review
- The American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review
- Yale Journal on Regulation
JSTOR is a social sciences and humanities database that can be used to provide an interdisciplinary approach to legal issues.