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
Search for books, periodicals, electronic resources and other materials to be found in OhioLINK member libraries. All School of Law students, faculty and staff may directly request "available" books (when not available on campus). Requested books will be delivered to the Law Library or campus library of your choice.
Full text collection of over 7000 journals in a a variety of subjects. It includes titles in the following subject areas: Arts and Humanities, Business, Economics, & Management, Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, Computers & Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Health Sciences & Medicine, Law, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy, and Social Sciences.
Coverage now: 203 countries and 206 sub-national jurisdiction (including the 50 United States, plus territories). It provides fully-translated English-language versions of all the world’s constitutions. Constitutions may be accompanied by commentaries and supplementary materials, including foundation documents, historical constitutions, bibliographies, chronologies, overviews by jurisdiction and amendment Acts/laws. It also includes a collection of related scholarly monographs and the Oxford Law Citator, Please remember to sign out at the end of your session.