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Nebraska legal databases purchased by Creighton Law Library. Links to legal resources on the Internet.
JUSTICE (Nebraska.gov)The JUSTICE system allows for online access to most of the Nebraska State Trial Court's case information. It allows you to easily and quickly search through over 4 million case records.
A login and password are required to use JUSTICE. See a Reference Librarian and they can conduct a search for you.
The Nebraska Briefs collection contains Nebraska Supreme Court and Nebraska Court of Appeals briefs held by the Creighton University Klutznick Law Library / McGrath North Mullin & Kratz Legal Research Center.
Beginning with 2007, all briefs in the collection are available in full text. Although full-text is not yet available for pre-2007 briefs, this index will indicate whether the print version is available in the library collection.
Nebraska Legal FormsThe 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.
NebraskAccess provides Nebraska residents with free 24/7 access to premium databases containing thousands of full text popular magazine and journal articles; primary source documents; genealogical, health, legal, small business, and science resources; and reading recommendations.
State Government Publications Online was launched to digitize and post key agency publications on the Commission web site. In 2005, to provide stable access for users, the Nebraska Library Commission began downloading key publications from agency sites to our server and linking to the downloaded versions.