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Provides full-text access to laws, court cases, and law review articles. Also substantial news and business coverage. See especially the Law Reviews and Cases areas.
HeinOnline ( provided courtesy of the Law Library)
HeinOnline offers a broad range of legal materials: journal collections, state and federal statutes, codes and court cases, federal regulations, Congressional publications, treaties, foreign legal materials, world constitutions, etc.
Authenticated archival full-text access to essential federal publications from all three branches of government. Includes bills, Congressional publications, regulations, laws, codes, and a variety of other materials.
JSTOR archives full-text scholarly articles in a number of disciplines, including law and related disciplines. The collection is now being updated to include articles published in recent years.
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Offers authoritative articles on various aspects of the law. Good for topic overviews.
TEST DRIVE Westlaw Campus until 10/20
In October, we're comparing Westlaw Campus Research to Nexis Uni to assess which resource better meets your needs. These databases are the academic library versions of Westlaw and Lexis, respectively.
Please take a moment to evaluate Westlaw Campus!
Key E-Journal Collections
NU School of Law Library
The Law Library is open to members of the Northeastern University community.
Please consult the excellent Library Guides created by Law School librarians!
Please note: Snell Library and the Law Library share access to many databases and e-journals. However, a number of Law Library e-resources, including Westlaw and the Law Library's version of Nexis Uni are not available to the larger University community.