Using Primary and Secondary Sources
Primary and secondary sources can complement each other to help you understand a particular area of law that might not be so clear. For this Discussion, you will learn how to use primary and secondary sources together. Using Westlaw, locate a primary source from your state that defines “trade secret.” If there are no primary sources, research federal primary sources. When you cite the primary source(s), make sure you use correct Bluebook format.
Next, using Westlaw, locate a secondary source that discusses trade secrets. Also use correct Bluebook format when citing the secondary source. Explain the secondary source and how it explains or complements the primary source.
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