An integrated legal research and business intelligence solution, combining trusted news and analysis with cutting-edge technology to provide legal professionals with tools to be proactive advisers. See the Bloomberg Law page for a listing of all databases available in Bloomberg Law: Bloomberg Law Databases
CALI is available off campus after a student creates an account. See a Reference Librarian for activation code.
CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is a consortium of law schools that develops online, interactive exercises. Exercises are available for most law school courses. See a Reference Librarian for login and password.
AudioCaseFiles offers downloadable MP3 files of court opinions as well as streaming trial video. Search by course or casebook to find audio material from 1L classes and 2L and 3L subjects. Available to Law School faculty, staff and students.
The Foreign Law Guide provides information on sources of foreign law, including complete bibliographic citations to legislation, the existence of English translations whenever possible, indications of currentness of the legal materials listed, and selected references to secondary sources in English.
HeinOnline is an online database containing more than 270,000 titles of historical and government documents in a fully searchable, image-based format. See the HeinOnline page for a listing of all databases available in HeinOnline: HeinOnline Databases
HeinOnline bridges an important research gap by providing comprehensive coverage from the inception of more than 2,700 law-related periodicals. In addition, HeinOnline contains the entire Congressional Record, Federal Register, and Code of Federal Regulations, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754, and entire databases dedicated to treaties, constitutions, case law, world trials, classic treatises, international trade, foreign relations, U.S. Presidents, and much more
The Green Book is the quintessential guide to understanding HUD’s housing programs. The Green Book’s treasury of information is the product of over 50 years of legal experience specifically focused on HUD housing law, decades of successful high-impact litigation, and a deep understanding of intricate federal housing policy.
The manual includes new policies, emergent case law, and regulatory changes that shape the legal framework for cases that impact HUD tenants. The Green Book also contains unpublished court decisions, hard-to-find memos, and legal theories and strategies, providing a comprehensive treatise on evictions, subsidy terminations, affordable housing preservation and much more.
Index to Legal Periodicals & Books indexes over 1000 legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, bar association publications, university publications, and government publications and 1400 monographs per year. The index covers from 1982-current.
Intelliconnect provides tax news as well as federal and state tax information. Included are tax codes, regulations, court taxes, rulings, legislative documents, treaties, IRS (Internal Revenue Service) publications, as well as CCH explanation and analysis. Federal Tax Archives are available for all years since 1978, State Tax Archives for all years since 1994. Includes the CCH Standard Federal Tax Reporter.
LexisNexis Academic contains law review articles from over 500 publications, cases, statutes, Canadian material, business resources, and Legal news from more than 300 legal newspapers, magazines, and newsletters. Available off campus to faculty, staff, and students.
The LexisNexis Digital Library is a collection of hundreds of titles that you can access on your laptop, tablet, or e-reader (e.g. Kindle) powered by Overdrive. Law students, faculty, and staff need to use their NETID and Blue password to login.
LLMC-Digital contains U.S. state and federal executive, judicial, and legislative materials and foreign and international materials collections of the Law Library Microform Consortium. LLMC documents are available full-text in PDF. Available off campus to faculty, staff, and students.
The Making of Modern Law: Foreign, Comparative and International Law, 1600-1926, gives any library the kind of historical resources previously found only at the largest and oldest repositories and gives even the most extensive libraries online access to foreign and international legal literature .
FCIL includes pre-1926 treatises and similar monographs, sourced from the collections of the Yale, George Washington University, and Columbia law libraries, in the following areas: International Law; Comparative Law; Foreign Law; Roman Law; Islamic Law; Jewish Law; and Ancient Law.
The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources is based primarily on holdings of the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale University, this product offers online access to early state codes, city charters, documents relating to constitutional conventions, and other resources in American legal history.
Supreme Court Records & Briefs contains nearly 11 million pages of records and briefs brought before the U.S. Supreme Court in the period 1832-1978, this product provides an essential primary source tool for the study of all aspects of American history as well as the U.S. judicial system.
The Making of Modern Law: Trials, 1600-1926 encompasses the most celebrated and fascinating trials and crimes of the extensive time period covered.
The trials involving Dred Scott, John Peter Zenger, Susan B. Anthony, Oscar Wilde, the Boston Massacre, Lizzie Borden, Sacco and Vanzetti, Leopold and Loeb, the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, the Bounty mutineers, Salem witchcraft, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Aaron Burr, John Brown and Alfred Dreyfus, to name only a few, are included with considerable detail and commentary.
The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, as well as the newly-launched Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law. The two Encyclopedias can be searched and browsed together, or separately by using appropriate filters. Off Campus access available to Faculty, Staff and Students.
There are now 20 consumer law treatises, many of which are well over 1000 pages, not counting thousands of sample pleadings, practice aids and primary sources that are available online. Titles included in this series are: Consumer Arbitration agreements, Automobile Fraud, Consumer Bankruptcy, Class Actions, Collection Actions, Cost of Credit, Credit Discrimination, Fair Debt Collection, Fair Credit Reporting, Foreclosures, Repossessions, Student Loans, Truth in Lending, Unfair and Deceptive Practices and Consumer Warranty.
The legal forms available on Gale LegalForms include business, personal, litigation and federal forms.
General Business Forms are forms, which may be used in all 50 states with little modification. General Litigation Forms are various litigation forms covering many diverse causes of action. These forms are easily modified by Attorneys to apply in their state.
State Specific Forms are forms provided by Participating Attorneys, form companies, or forms specifically adapted to a particular state.
Federal Forms are business and litigation forms used in the Federal system.
Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information online from federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts, and the PACER Case Locator. PACER is provided by the Federal Judiciary in keeping with its commitment to providing public access to court information via a centralized service. A login and password are required to use PACER. See a Reference Librarian and they can conduct a search for you.
Congressional reports, documents, prints, bills, and hearings, plus legislative histories, regulatory and statutory resources, and member biographies.
Congressional provides comprehensive indexing and abstracting of Congressional publications, CIS legislative histories, and bill tracking. It includes the full text of Congressional reports, documents, prints, bills, the Congressional Record, selected testimony in hearings before Congress, Public laws, Statutes at Large, the United States Code Service, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, and the National Journal. It also provides information about members of Congress, Congressional committees, and recent legislative activities and public policy issues in the news.
Regulatory Insight provides researchers with workflow solutions to facilitate research tasks associated with administrative law. As a companion to Legislative Insight, Regulatory Insight offers U.S. federal administrative law histories for the period 1936-2014 organized by federal statute and Executive Order.
Supreme Court Insight, 1975-2016, is a complete online collection of full opinions from Supreme Court argued cases, including per decision, dockets, oral arguments, joint appendices and amicus briefs. Content associated with each case is compiled on a dynamic page organized to facilitate understanding of the judicial process, and is also retrievable on a document by document basis. This collection covers content through the 2016/2017 term.
The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Digital Library provides an online searchable library containing all papers published in conjunction with the Foundation’s Annual and Special Institutes and original articles published in the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Journal.
West Academic Study Aids offers easy online access to hundreds of study aids, treatises, and audio lectures to help you succeed in law school. Take notes, highlight and "mark up" your study aids. Create a list of "favorite" study aids for easy access.
WK Study Aid Library has all the ebooks that are subscribed to, which may include study aids from Examples & Explanations, Emanuel Law Outlines, Emanuel CrunchTime, Glannon Guides, Inside Series, Friedman's Practice Series, and Casenote Legal Briefs.