Using a research guide is a great way to start researching a new or unfamiliar topic. Research guides are not exhaustive lists of available material in a given field, instead they highlight works available in the library's collection as well as provide examples of resources a user may find helpful. Research guides may also contain research tips and information about a specific library’s policies, and collection. The user should always check the date a research guide was last updated to ensure finding current material. Listed below are links to some other guides that you may find useful:
International Trade in Agricultural Products: A Research Guide, by Lee Peoples, Published on April 10, 2004
Drake Law Library Agricultural Law Resources LibGuide
The University of Kansas Agricultural Law LibGuide
University of Arkansas Agricultural Law LibGuide
See some of the guides listed below on the CALI site (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction):
FIFRA Basics - reviews the basic components of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
Introduction and Sources of Authority for Administrative Law - Helps students understand administrative agencies within the greater Constitutional scheme.
Puppy Mills and the Animal Welfare Act - Gives an overview of the regulation of commercial dog breeders pursuant to the Animal Welfare Act.
Policy and Patentable Subject Matter - Examines public policy driving and defining United States patent law.