Posts Tagged ‘database’

  • Featured Database: LLMC Digital

    Are you looking for images of historical documents from national and state archives? The LLMC Digital database presently has scanned images of historical legal materials, including cases, statutes, reports, treatises, and dictionaries.  Check out this database on our Databases page. Read more...
  • Featured Database: Encyclopedia of Public International Law

    The Seattle University Law Library subscribes to the online edition of The Encyclopedia of Public International Law (EPIL). Published by the Oxford University Press in cooperation with the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, it is the only comprehensive encyclopedia on the subject in the English language.  As with all encyclopedias, […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP)

    Are you looking for the most recent articles in a particular area of the law?  The Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP) is an index of recently published legal periodicals that is maintained by the UW Law Library.  The CILP index is updated on a weekly basis and it includes an archive that stretches back […] Read more...
  • Clearinghouse Review

    The Clearinghouse Review: The Journal of Poverty Law and Policy is an excellent source for analysis of issues in Poverty Law.  Clearinghouse Review is hosted on the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law web site.  The web site features news on recent changes to state and federal government assistance programs and a Poverty Law […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: CALI Lessons

    As you are starting your new classes, we’d like to remind you about CALI lessons.  If you are unfamiliar, CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials on a wide range of legal subject areas.  Lessons are completely free for our law students. They are useful for mastering material during the semester and for exam preparation. When […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: Law Library’s A To Z List

    Often a source of intelligent commentary, journal articles can be quite useful when conducting legal research. There are two major sources for journal articles available through the Seattle University Library system: the A to Z List through the Law Library and the Full Text Electronic Journal List through the Lemieux Library. The Law Library’s A […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: ProQuest Congressional

    ProQuest Congressional provides indexing (1789 to current) and selected full-text access (late 1980’s to current) to various publications of the United States Congress including bills, laws, hearings, testimony, reports, biographies, committee assignments, and voting records. It is a key online resource for compiling legislative histories. Contact the library reference desk for search assistance. A link […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: Casemaker

    WSBA has graciously provided Seattle University law students, faculty and staff access to a database called Casemaker, an online research tool available free to WSBA members.  Casemaker provides access to federal and selected state primary legal materials, including Washington State. The database is restricted to academic research only.  You can access Casemaker from our Databases […] Read more...
  • Google Scholar for Finding Articles

    When you are searching for articles, especially in non-law fields, the standard research path has you pick the most appropriate database and search that content. But if you’re not sure which database to choose, Google Scholar can be a useful first choice since it includes information from a number of different academic databases. The only […] Read more...
  • Featured Database: ProQuest Statistical Insight

    Need to find data on voter turnout, bankruptcies, product recalls, interest rates or other topics? ProQuest Statistical Insight may be able to help.  Statistical Insight is an online collection of individually indexed statistical tables, drawn from statistical compilations issued by the federal government, regulatory agencies, state governments and intergovernmental organizations as well as private sector […] Read more...