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Original research is the term given to one's own research work when published. [[WikiAlpha]] accepts original research on any legal topic provided it is [[methodologically sound|investigative methods]], non-offensive and clearly marked as original research. This includes unpublished white-papers, news articles, reviews, etc. et al.
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Original research is the term given to one's own research work when published. [[WikiAlpha]] accepts original research on any legal topic provided it is [[investigative methods|methodologically sound]], non-offensive and clearly marked as original research. This includes unpublished white-papers, news articles, reviews, etc. et al.
  
 
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Original research is the term given to one's own research work when published. WikiAlpha accepts original research on any legal topic provided it is methodologically sound, non-offensive and clearly marked as original research. This includes unpublished white-papers, news articles, reviews, etc. et al.

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