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Collection Highlight: Family Law Databases

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Get your research started with the Family Law Subject Guide, by Hilary Hardcastle, for print and online resources available at UC Hastings and elsewhere. Databases at UC Hastings Forms & checklists – Family law library (LoisLaw) Forms and checklists on LoisLaw related to Family Law, including forms for drafting prenuptial agreements, valuation strategies in divorce,… Continue reading

Database Highlight: Proquest Legislative Insight

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Overview: Proquest Legislative Insight is an excellent point to start your Federal legislative history research. It’s comprised of fully searchable PDFs of congressional legislative documents, which include the full text of the Public Law itself, all versions of related bills, law-specific Congressional Record excerpts, committee hearings, reports and prints, and other related documents.   Coverage:… Continue reading

Courtroom View Network (CVN)

Published on: Author: Teresa L

New database available! “Courtroom View Network” allows UC Hastings students to stream real courtroom videos, highlighted with expert commentary and analysis. The database also includes training libraries, which feature video clips of attorneys executing essential litigation skills and techniques. To sign up, go to https://lawschool.cvn.com/signup. Use your UC Hastings email address to create an individual… Continue reading

Collection Highlight: Art Law Databases

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Get your research started with the Art Law Subject Guide, by Hilary Hardcastle, for print and online resources available at UC Hastings and elsewhere: Databases at UC Hastings ProQuest: The Arts Subject database of the ProQuest aggregated full-text database of journal articles, newspapers and dissertations. Includes ARTbibliographies Modern (ABM) (a bibliography available for the study… Continue reading

USASpending.gov

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Launched in 2007, USAspending.gov is designed to help the public track federal spending. It establish a single searchable website, accessible to the public at no cost, which includes details for each Federal award received, including: 1. The name of the entity receiving the award; 2. The amount of the award; 3. Information on the award… Continue reading

Arizona v. California collection at Colorado University Law

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William A. Wise Law Library at the University of Colorado Law School recently debuted its newest digital archive, the Arizona v. California Collection. The Collection contains more than 160 full-text, searchable pleadings, briefs, orders, transcripts, and reports from the 12-year original proceeding in the U.S. Supreme Court. The Collection is accessible to the public at… Continue reading

Databases Highlight: 19th Century Masterfile

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Overview: Covers nearly all of the periodicals of the late 18th through early 20th century. Articles provide studies of Anglo-American literature published before 1930, sourced from periodicals, newspapers, books, patents, image archives, government documents and more. Includes over 1 million citations. Coverage: 1786 to 1922 Special Features The main page provides updated information for researchers,… Continue reading

Finding Full-Text Journals and Law Reviews

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Use HeinOnline to find .pdf versions of 1,200 law and law-related periodicals. Link to it from the Library’s Subscription Database page. Besides the Law Journal Library, HeinOnline carries the: • Federal Register vols 1-72, 1936-current • US Reports, 1754-2003 and US Reports Slip Opinions, 2002-To date • Treaty collections: TIAS 11060-12734, UST vols 1-35 [1950-1984],… Continue reading