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Access to main campus library's online resources.
CALI is a consortium of law schools that researches
and develops computer-mediated legal instruction. CALI
offers over 600 computer tutorials in 32 different
legal subject areas. Tutorials are interactive with
branches and feedback for every question.
CCH Internet Research
This database is an online version of the CCH business
publications such as the Federal Securities Law
Reporter, the Trade Regulations Reporter, and many
other loose-leaf services, treatises, guides, and
banking and securities newsletters. Also includes the
latest CCH news reports.
Foreign Law Guide
This database provides essential information on
primary and secondary sources of foreign law - what it
is, where to find it, and how to use it. It
contains information on more than 170 jurisdictions
from major nations to crown colonies, semi-independent
states and supra=national regional organizations.
Hein Online provides the entryway to a database of
over 1,200 law review journals. Coverage begins
from the first issue of each journal to roughly one
year prior to the current year. Content of more
than four centuries is provided. All of the
library modules are image-based (PDF) and fully
searchable. Thus, researchers are able to view
all pages as they originally appeared in hardcopy -
including all charts, graphs, and photographs.
IP Law360 covers developing stories in litigation, law
and policy, with more than 1,500 articles published per
year. Among the topics covered on a daily basis
are: key litigation, legislative initiative, regulatory
developments, and law firm news. Each article is
linked to other relevant stories and, in many cases,
legal texts and court documents pertaining to the case
Cumulative indexing of approximately 875 legal
publications with coverage beginning in 1980. Also
includes law related articles from more than 1,000
additional business and general interest periodicals.
Search the online Catalog for all resources in
Belk Library and the School of Law Library, including
books, ebooks, audiobooks, periodicals, music CDs,
music scores, videorecordings and computer software.
LLMC Digital (Law Library
Provides access to over 7,500 titles, some 90,000
volumes, of interest to researchers in law and history
and its back file comprises the world's largest
collection of legal literature and government documents
LexisNexis Total Research System allows you to find
and validate case law as well as locate law reviews and
journals, perform searches by area of law, utilize
Shepard's Citation Services, and more. (password
LexisNexis® Congressional contains detailed
information about the activities of the United States
Congress, including full-text access to bills (1989 -
current), committee reports (1990 - current),
Congressional Record (1985 - current), Congressional
testimony before committees and subcommittees (1988 -
current, House and Senate documents (1995 - current),
select committee prints (1993 - current) and much more.
It also includes the United States Code , the
Federal Register, and the Code of Federal Regulations
as well as the full text of the National Journal.
LexisNexis® Matthew Bender®
LexisNexis® Matthew Bender® is a leading provider of
analytical legal information in print and CD-ROM
formats, and via the Internet. Their authoritative and
comprehensive legal information covers every major
practice area and is authored by the leading experts in
the legal community.
Making of Modern Law
"The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises
1800-1926" provides digital images on every page
of 22,000 legal treatises on US and British
law published from 1800 through 1926.
Oxford Treaties and
Over 15,000 treaties and international agreements,
including international tax treaties.
United Nations Treaty
Provides access to several databases, including the
Status of Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the
Secretary-General, Depository Notifications by the
Secretary General, Certified True Copies of
Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary
General, the United Nations Treaty Series, Texts of
Recently Deposited Multilateral Treaties. The Treat
Handbook and photographs of treaty actions are also
U.S. Supreme Court
Records and Briefs, 1832-1978
Containing nearly 11 million pages of records and
briefs brought before the U.S. Supreme Court in the
period 1832-1978, this archive provides an essential
primary source tool for the study of all aspects of
American history as well as the U.S. judicial system.
Westlaw® is an online legal research service providing
quick, easy access to West's vast collection of
statutes, case law materials, public records and other
legal resources, as well as current news articles and
business information. (password required)
To access the Library's databases from off-campus, you
must use the WebVPN
service. Please note that this service is only available to
Elon University students, faculty, and staff.