Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Suffolk Law Databases 

By now you’re all familiar with Westlaw and Lexis. But have you looked at the wealth of databases offered by the Law Library?

A very useful place to start is Law School Research Databases by Subject. Set up in question and answer format (If you’re researching X…, try using Y databases), this page quickly gets you to the most useful databases. For example, if you’re researching environmental law, try using the Environmental Law Reporter. If you’re researching antitrust and trade regulation try using CCH Business and Finance Research, or BNA’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Report.

Even if you’ve looked at these databases previously, take another look. We’ve just significantly expanded our holdings.

And because these resources are just too valuable to miss, in coming weeks, we’ll be describing some of the databases in more detail.

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