USD Law currently subscribes to e-books in nine practice areas available at Law Journal Press online.
The Law Review Commons contains over 75,000 articles from open-access law reviews with issues dating from 1904.
LawMemo provides summaries on employment law, arbitration law and NLRB cases and decisions. You must use your .edu email address to receive alerts and access the database.
Provides access to federal primary statutory, regulatory, and procedural materials as well as some international and foreign law primary materials.
LegalTrac provides access to major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals. legal trac
Hein provides access to compilations of legislative history documents to include congressional documents, legal periodicals, treatises and looseleaf services.
ProQuest Legislative Insight makes available more than 18,000 histories covering laws from 1929 to the present. Nine thousand of these histories are new and 4,000 include new research. Includes only bills that have passed.
Individual user access codes are given to USD students and faculty. You must register your access code to enter the LexisNexis databases and Blackboard educational services.
The LLMC database contains archival and other digitized documents online in these topic areas: U.S. Federal Government, U.S. States, U.S. Territories, Anglo-American Collections, Foreign Jurisdictions, International Law and Organizations, and Multijurisdictional Subject Collections.
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