Unlike the Federal Courts, Massachusetts has no “Rules of Evidence” – there is no set of codified rules that have been adopted by the legislature and the courts. Instead, the admission of facts is governed by the common law. Luckily for practitioners, there are a number of resources in our collection that provide solid overviews of Massachusetts evidentiary law.
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AILALink is now available to all patrons from your office or mobile device. AILALink is a fully searchable, immigration law library filled with practical guidance and authoritative resources key to the practice of immigration law. It includes primary and secondary sources: recent court decisions, immigration forms, Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook (13th edition)
, Litigating Immigration Cases in Federal Court, Representing Clients in Immigration Court
, and much more. They also provide several tutorials
for how to effectively search and use AILALink. Log in
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For more information on immigration law check out Reference’s immigration research guide
for additional resources available to you in the Social Law Library’s collection.