Coleman Karesh Law Library
This website contains databases that the Coleman Karesh Law Library is testing for potential purchase for students and faculty use. Please use these databases to see if they fit into your informational needs. After reviewing these databases, please help us out by filling out the short 5-question survey linked at the bottom of the page for the databases that you have accessed.
Recently Added Databases
Internet Law Resource Center
The Resource Center provides a comprehensive resource for case law, news, research, and analysis on Internet and e-commerce law all in one place. The Internet Law Resource Center provides cyberlaw practitioners access to exclusive case digests of court actions and full text decisions by state and federal courts, the Federal Communications Commission, the U.S. Copyright Office, foreign courts, and other bodies regulating the Internet. Notable pleadings, motions, and appellate briefs are also available in PDF format In the Internet Law Resource Center, you can search comprehensively across all content—cases, news, analysis, and primary sources—or you can zero in on just the resources relevant to a particular area of Internet law, such as privacy or intellectual property.
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New HeinOnline Databases:
We have added the following additional collections to HeinOnline. You can access them from the HeinOnline Page.
The collection includes access to the reprint of The Harvard Research in International Law as well as Contemporary Analysis and Appraisal. It also includes links to law review articles from within the Law Journal Library that are written by the contributors to the Harvard Research in International Law.
With nearly 2 million pages of legislative histories, treatises, documents, classics, and more relating to copyrights, patents, and trademarks, this collection allows researchers to search across all intellectual property law materials in one database. This library also features CFR Title 37, U.S. Code Titles 17 & 35, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure, and more!
Contains twelve Kluwer Law International Journals including: the International Journal of Comparative Labour Law & Industrial Relations, European Public Law, European Review of Private Law, and Legal Issues of Economic Integration.
This provides access to the full text of all Model Acts drafted, recommended or endorsed by the Conference. It includes the NCCUSL – Archive Publications, Handbook of the NCCUSL and Proceedings of the Annual Conference Meeting, 1st-118th Conference (1891-2009) are all available transcripts of the Proceedings of each Annual Meeting, as well as the transcripts of the discussions in the Committee of the whole of each Uniform and Model Act. lso included are the approved “successive drafts” of each Uniform and Model Act.
This library includes the Selden Society Annual Series, Selden Society Supplementary Series and the Centenary Guide to the Publications of the Selden Society published in 1987. It also includes more than 125 English Legal History Classics including abridgements, digests and dictionaries. Moreover, you will be able to access early English case law and link to other online publications in early English history.
This collection contains exact reproductions of major United Nations legal publications, including the complete collection of the United Nations Treaty Series, the League of Nations Treaty Series, the Monthly Statement of Treaties & International Agreements, UNCITRAL Publications, the United Nations Legislative Series and much more. Finding Aids and additional features make it easy to pull up a UN Treaty by entering a UNTS Citation, search for a UN Treaty, and link to law review articles that cite a UN Treaty.
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