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Pennsylvania Administrative Law Research: Conclusion & Secondary Sources

This guide reviews the basic process of Pennsylvania administrative law research. It discusses the primary resources that are involved in Pennsylvania administrative law research, and provides a step-by-step guide to the process.

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Conclusion & Further Reading

Administrative regulation research in Pennsylvania involves researching the Pennsylvania Code and the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

Additional materials from several Pennsylvania administrative agencies are available on the Lexis Advance and Westlaw. If you don't find what you're looking for there, try the agency website.

For further reading on Pennsylvania administrative law research, see:

Please stop by the Legal Research Center's Reference Desk if you would like more information about Pennsylvania administrative law research. You can also contact the Reference Desk via phone (215-571-4771), by e-mail (lawref@drexel.edu), and by chat (see Law Library Chat box below)

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