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Banking Law  

Research guide for banking law
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Primary Sources

A. Federal Legislation and Regulations

B. State Legislation and Regulations

C. Case law

Secondary Sources

A. Treatises, Casebooks and Texts

B. Newsletters and Journals

C Encyclopedias and dictionaries

D. Useful Databases

Internet Resources



Banks are regulated by both Federal and State statutory and administrative law. While a national bank is primarily regulated by federal agencies, a state-chartered bank is mainly regulated by the state’s Department of Banking. A state-chartered bank also may be subject to other forms of federal regulation. Since banks and banking activities are often subject to more than one regulatory body, research on banks and banking law can be complicated. This guide will provide you with a brief overview of how to research banking law at the University of Connecticut Law School Library. Please start with the library’s online catalog to locate a specific item, or ask a reference librarian for help with in-depth research.

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