Welcome to this Guide to Education Law. The James C. Kirkpatrick Library has some print materials that are useful for those conducting research in this area. The Education Law Reporter (Ref KF4110 A2 W47) is a collection of important education cases. Use LexisNexis Academic for most legal research needs, including education law. ELR was canceled in 2013, so if you need information from the past couple of years, you shouldn't rely on it. If you know the case citation or parties' names, use the LexisNexis search box in the left column on this page. For help finding education cases about certain topics, read the tips in "Finding Education Cases in Lexis Nexis" below.
Remember to visit the Reference Desk on the second floor of the library for assistance with your research. Reference personnel are available in person, and by phone, email, and chat. It's a good place to get help with your research. If you'd like to set up a research appointment with me, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.