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Worker's Compensation

Worker's compensation law guide to resources

A. Treatises, Casebooks and Texts

Margaret C Jasper. Workers Compensation Law KF3615 Z9 J37 2008

Analysis of Workers’ Compensation Laws KF3612 .5 A15 Current through 2011.

Arthur Larson and Lex K. Larson. Larson’s Workers’ Compensation. KF3613.4.L. Also, available on Lexis.

Lex K. Larson and Arthur Larson.  Workers’ compensation Law: Cases, Materials, and Text. KF3614 .L37 2000.

Jack B. Hood. Workers’ Compensation and Employee Protection Laws in a Nutshell. KF3615.Z9 H64 2011

Joseph W.  Little. Cases and Materials on Workers' Compensation. KF3614 .M14 2004

John T. Asselin. The Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Practice Manual. KFC4139 .W6 A88

Angelo Paul Sevarino.  Connecticut Workers' Compensation After Reforms. KFC3942 .S47

Neil J. Ambrose. Advanced Worker's Compensation in Connect.KFC 3942.A75 A52 1995

Newsletters and Journals

Index to Legal Periodicalsand LegalTrac should be used when searching for journal articles.Bloomberg, Lexis, Westlaw and other social science indexes and databases should be checked when conducting research on the topic of workers’ compensation. Files such as ABI/INFORM, Jstor, IngentaConnect, SSRN, ProQuest are very helpful.  These indexes and databases are available under Research Databases link of our Library web page. Please consult a reference librarian for help with using these resources.

Workers’ Compensation Policy Review, 4th Floor, HD7103.65 U6 W665. May also be accessed online.

Workers’ Compensation Law Review, 1st  Floor, K27 .O74. May also be accessed on Hein.

C. Encyclopedias

Corpus Juris Secundum. Vol. 99 “Workers Compensation.” Ref K154.C56. Also available at Westlaw.

American Jurisprudence  2d. Vol. 82 “Workers’ Compensation.” Ref K154 .A42. Also available at Westlaw and Lexis.

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