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The Problem of Data Quality in Analyses of Opioid Regulation: The Case of Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs
States, which have the primary legal role in regulating the prescribing and dispensing of prescription medications, have created Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) to try to reduceExpand
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LibGuides: Federal Case Law: Court Websites
This guide is intended to familiarize the user with the U.S. court structure, publication of federal decisions, and finding the text of federal cases. Primary sources are listed throughout thisExpand
LibGuides: Bankruptcy Law: Case Law
A guide to locating federal statutes, court rules, case law and secondary materials available in the UCLA Law Library and online.
LibGuides: Mobile Applications for Law Students and Lawyers: News
TLDR
Provides summaries of mobile applications for law students and lawyers, including for iOS and Android. Expand
LibGuides: Depublication of California Court of Appeal Decisions: Determining the Publication Status of a Case
This guide provides pertinent information regarding the rules for publication of appellate court opinions as well as information on how to determine whether a particular appellate case can be citedExpand
LibGuides: California Case Materials Checklist: Validating California Cases
This guide is intended to familiarize the user with the California Court structure, publication of California decisions, and resources for finding the text of California cases. Primary sources areExpand
LibGuides: Federal Legislative History: Committee Reports
The importance of data source in prescription drug monitoring program research.
TLDR
We develop a legal research protocol for identifying various measures of prescription drug monitoring program start dates, apply the protocol to create a useable PDMP database, and test whether the different legal databases that are meant to contain the same information produce divergent results when used in an illustrative empirical exercise. Expand
LibGuides: Free and Low Cost Online Legal Research: Beyond Westlaw, Lexis & Bloomberg: Federal Administrative Law
This Guide describes a wide range of online legal research resources. It covers primary law, government resources, research guides, reference sources, forms, and legal news. Includes federalExpand