Why the Library?
The Internet can be a great source of information, but if you're looking specifically for academic resources, such as scholarly articles, you will also want to trthe Library subxcription databases.
The library purchases subscriptions to key resources that tap you into Legal Business research, many of which are hosted on this page. Focusing on resources that yield academic results will not only save you time, but will also increase the quality of your work.
Primary Legal Databases
- Includes federal and state statutes, regulations, and court cases, law review articles, international legal materials.
- Click on the "legal" tab to get started, then type in a case citation or name, or a topic and select the type of material you'd like to review
- Results can be narrowed by using the advanced search features, such as searching only in the title.
- Includes federal and state statutes, regulations, and court cases, law review articles, legal encyclopedias, European Union legal materials.
- Click on "law" to get started. If you want to find a particular case and have a citation or title, type it on the left.
- For a broader search, type in a case citation or name, or a topic and select the type of material you'd like to review.
- Helpful features include case histories and case outlines.
- This is not a full text databases so use the "find it" button to see if the Library has the journal.
- Full text articles available; some from 1971 to present
- Searches business and trade magazines, journals, and newspapers for information about advertising, computers, economics, finance, human resources, marketing, management, and taxation, among others.
- Full text articles available; some coverage back to 1965 and some earlier
- Scholarly oriented general business database
- Detailed industry, company, and market analyses and profiles from Datamonitor
- Management topics abound
- "Provides practical, comprehensive, and timely coverage of workplace issues
of interest to HR professionals, consultants, and attorneys. HR Library explains federal and state compliance requirements;
- Summarizes key state laws and regulations; discusses compensation and benefits, EEO, employee relations, organizational development, safety and health, and staffing issues; and gives tips on writing and implementing work rules and policies."