Hello! Welcome to the Business Law research guide at the UT Tyler library.
This guide is designed to inform you about library resources for your studies in all aspects of business law.
Please be aware that some links in this guide will link out to other UT Tyler subject guides, databases, and other Internet sources in new browser tabs.
UT Tyler student organizations
If you are interested in the legal field, here is an alphabetical list of UT Tyler student organizations you may consider.
Joining would be a great chance to meet other students on campus and get involved in your field of study.
What is business law?
Business law, also called commercial law, is the study and practice of law that pertains to the operations of a business.
Within business law are many different concentrations and specialties. For example, business lawyers and legal experts might specialize in advertising, marketing, human resources, asset acquisition, international trade, and other business-related specialties. Often, they deal with business contracts, copyright and patent issues, intellectual property law, bankruptcy, immigration, labor law, and more.
Here's a detailed Definition of Business Law from the Encylopedia Britannica.
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I will be glad to help you with using the databases, looking for books, brainstorming ideas, citing sources, and related tasks. However, I can't help you write your paper, do your statistics, or complete any of your homework assignments.
Remember, any of the Reference staff at our library can assist you with the basics of research help, but if you need assistance with business law specifically, please feel free to let me know!
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