This is a guide to the most often used legal research databases. For even more legal databases, consult the law school's A-Z list. For additional topical databases, consult the Kelvin Smith Library's A-Z List
A rich collection of over 7,000 full-text, mutidisciplinary electronic journals purchased or leased through OhioLINK. Coverage varies by specific journal title. Current and recent articles are available. Scholars may set-up e-mail notifications to tell them about new relevant articles according to subject, author, or journal title.
EISIL (Electronic Information System for International Law) is a project of the American Society of International Law (ASIL). EISIL offers a great starting point for research on 13 international law subjects. It leads users to locate the highest quality primary sources.