Posts Tagged ‘lexisnexis’

  • 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: ProQuest Congressional Digital Research Collection

    The Congressional Digital Research Collection is a database that includes comprehensive coverage of Congressional Research Service reports from 2004 to present. The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a legislative branch agency that conducts policy research for members of Congress. Reports are prepared by nationally recognized experts on a wide variety of topics. The LexisNexis Congressional […] Read more...
  • Do Not Use “Free” Lexis or Westlaw for Work – A Reminder from Utah State Bar

    It is well known that most law students in the U.S. have free [seemingly unlimited] use of major online subscription research databases. But use of these databases is an educational privilege and restricted to educational and nonprofit purposes (research and studies). The Utah State Bar Ethics Advisory Committee found that an attorney’s misuse of a […] Read more...
  • Washington Specific Secondary Sources on LexisNexis

    LexisNexis has a number of excellent Washington specific treatises that tend to get overlooked by students who focus only on Westlaw for their research.  The following titles may be found by clicking on Matthew Bender under the Secondary Legal heading and then choosing Washington under Jurisdiction: Washington Business Entities: Law and Forms, Defending DUIs in […] Read more...
  • LexisNexis 1L Book Scholarship Giveaway

    LexisNexis is giving away two 1L Book Scholarships to two lucky Seattle University first year students!  To become eligible for the drawing you must be a first year Seattle U law student and complete the following steps: Register Your Lexis Activation Code Attend a 1L Intro to Lexis Training Time period to become eligible is […] Read more...