While experienced family law lawyers are undoubtedly familiar with the array of research resources most useful to the family law practitioner, new attorneys and attorneys new to family law practice may need guidance in locating and identifying the most efficient and useful source material to help them in their family law work. Sherri L. Katz provided an excellent and comprehensive list of family law resources in her article "Best Research Resources on Family Law," Mich BJ79, no. 2 (2000): 196 (hereinafter "Best Research Resources"). Although the article is three years old, its excellent and comprehensive descriptions of the "best" resources in the field and citations to relevant federal laws are still useful. This list is intended to provide an updated list of the major resources likely to be of use to the new family law attorney. It is not intended to provide comprehensive identification or coverage of family law issues or resources.
Garavaglia, Barbara H. "Major Resources for the New Family Law Attorney." Mich. B. J. 83, no. 1 (2004): 52-3.