This guide is designed to help students conduct research on the European Union.
Secondary Sources directs users to introductory and in-depth resources on the European Union in journals and books, in print and online.
Primary Sources helps users locate European Union law, including treaties, legislation, and case law.
Updating Your Research lists sources of current European Union legislative developments and news, from official and unofficial sources.
EUR-Lex provides an introduction to the European Union's online portal of primary law.
The University of Michigan Law Library is a European Depository Library. We therefore automatically receive all official EU documents, and we collect many commercial publications as well.
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