Issues involving genetics can be found in many areas of the law, from employment discrimination to insurance to criminal procedure to international trade. Depending on your paper topic, you could use materials from almost any field. A student writing about paternity testing might focus on state law (perhaps considering some constitutional implications) while another student researches European Union and WTO law to examine the EU's ban on genetically modified corn. Meanwhile, a third student could be following the details of congressional efforts to regulate stem cell research.
Obviously, one guide cannot answer all the research questions all the students will have this quarter—but it will get you started. As you go along: