Offers California Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal cases from 1934 to the present. Searchable by party name, citation, keyword, judge?s name, attorney?s name, or docket number. Free registration is required to view cases.
Opinions of the California Supreme Court and the California Courts of Appeal made available for the past 120 days, after which they are archived. Archived opinions are available from 1850 to the present.
The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) is a database of laws, regulations, and other complementary legal sources from the original, official texts from member nations around the world. Provides summaries and citation information for the laws and le
Full text of legal periodicals plus primary sources such as the Code of Federal Regulations; Federal Register; Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS); Treaties and Agreements Library; United States Code; U.S. Attorney General Opinions; U.S. Congressional Documents; U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals; U.S. Federal Legislative History Library; U.S. Statutes at Large; World Constitutions Illustrated. Also includes Women and the Law (Peggy) collection of historic primary sources.
1908-1981.Indexes over 750 legal periodicals published in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia,New Zealand. Also annual surveys, yearbooks, and annual reviews of work in a given field or topic
From April 1, 2015, the UC San Diego Library has arranged for a two-year trial period of over 26,000 videos available through Kanopy. The videos come from leading producers such as the BBC, California Newsreel, Criterion Collection, First Run Features, Kino Lorber and PBS, with more content added each year. Many of the films are from independent and specialty producers, with a focus on documentary films. Use is limited to currently enrolled UCSD students, employees, and faculty, staff. Faculty may screen these films in the classroom and they may also be used across campus to non-paying audiences, such as organizations and clubs, training, and in residence life.
provides searchable information more than 40,000 major United States government, business, news media, law firm, and nonprofit organizations, including contact information for leadership and key staff details. Originally published in print as “the Yellow Books,” its online search can create lists of organizations grouped by features like geographic area, industry, job title, school affiliation, directorships, type and size of organization, and more.
Thousands of full-text sources including newspapers, wires, transcripts, newsletters, magazines, trade journals; also industry news, company information, law reviews, court decisions. Coverage dates vary. Former name: Academic Universe.
LLMC is a non-profit cooperative of libraries dedicated to preserving and making accessible legal titles and government documents. Includes the Statutes at Large and US federal, US state, and foreign legislative, executive, and judicial materials. Include
A portal to the texts of the state constitutions of the United States. There have been almost 150 state constitutions, they have been amended roughly 12,000 times, and the text of the constitutions and their amendments comprises about 15,000 pages of text
Offers information on everyday legal topics in plain-English style. There is a legal encyclopedia with articles on legal topics, as well as a law dictionary to look up legal terms. There is also a section on statutes and cases, which covers laws, Suprem
1800-1900. British House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, a detailed primary source for the United Kingdom, its colonies and the wider world. Searchable full text; displays page images with tables, maps, illustrations.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913. A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.
Indexes Congressional materials from 1789-present. Includes access to U.S. legislative information, including bills and pending legislation, legislative history, hearings, testimony, reports, documents, Congressional Record, CRS Reports, public laws, etc.
Searchable database of working papers and published articles. Strengths include economics, finance, management, Latin America, law, accounting. Includes abstracts and many downloadable full text documents. Check Roger for access to fee-based titles.
1956-present. Provides author, keyword, and cited reference searching to more than 1700 leading social sciences journals. In many cases with searchable abstracts plus links to e-journal images. One of the Web of Science databases.
Part of the Social Sciences Research Network (SSRN), LSN includes announcements, job postings, research and working papers, an elibrary of articles (some have a fee), and a professional directory. Some features require the creation of a (free) login.
Transcripts of over 420 trials in the U.S. & U.K. involving domestic violence, bigamy, seduction, breach of promise to marry, and the custody of children, as well as trials for murder, rape, and sexual deviancy.
Official web site. Contains full-text of recent Court decisions and oral arguments. Useful site for tracking pending Supreme Court decisions. Provides an overview of the Supreme Court and the Justices that have served from 1789 to present.
A comprehensive web site maintained by the Library of Congress for investigating recent legislation. Legislative information includes: House and Senate bills, legislative histories, congressional reports, congressional record; and public laws.
Includes the Status of Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary-General, United Nations Treaty Series (December 1946 - December 2006), and League of Nations Treaty Series (5 July 1920 - 3 October 1944).
Women and the Law (Peggy) is a collection that brings together books, biographies and periodicals dedicated to women's roles in society and the law. This unique collection of materials provides a platform to research the progression of women's roles and rights in society over the past 200 years. Also included are more than 70 titles from Emory University Law School's Feminism and Legal Theory Project which provide a platform to view the effect of law and culture on the female gender.
Biographies of pioneering women lawyers practicing from the late 1800s through the end of the twentieth century. Many entries include supplemental articles, obituaries, photographs, a timeline, historiography, and web links.