Find important information on the scope of our collections, including rare books and information on digitization efforts.
The Law Library provides access to a broad range of legal databases and eResources. A chart outlining these products by topic is provided for additional help. Some databases are restricted to on-site access only.
This page provides a browsable list of the courts included in the Federal Courts Web Archive. The Federal Courts Web Archive provides unique resources for scholars and others conducting retrospective research into the work of the federal judiciary.
Let the Law Library guide you to global law sources available on the Web and in our collections. Find authoritative sources providing full-text or summary information.
Access legislative resources from the U.S. and other foreign and international bodies. Both current and historical documents are available.
The Library has been archiving born-digital Web content through its Web Archiving program since 2000. Thousands of sites have been preserved in a variety event and thematic Web archives, selected by subject specialists. It is part of a continuing effort by the Library to evaluate, select, collect, catalog, provide access to, and preserve digital materials for researchers today and in the future. This page includes web archives pertinent to legal research.
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Need help with legal research?
These useful resources may provide the answers:
- Research Help (legal research tools, techniques, and guides)
- Visiting the Law Library (preparing for research in the Reading Room)
- Ask a Librarian (personal assistance by phone or email)
Last Updated: 02/01/2018