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Online version of the Index to United Nations Documents and Publications.
Largest independent publisher of information and analysis products for professionals in business and government. BNA content is also integrated into our Westlaw subscription.
Bloomberg Law provides access to all US primary laws, docket materials, directories, news, proprietary research reports, select foreign law materials, SEC filings, and an impressive array of model forms and contracts, among other resources. Access limited to current members of the Regent Law School Community. Contact Bill Magee at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) publishes nearly 300 computer-based tutorials covering nearly 30 different legal subject areas. Access limited to current members of the Regent Law School Community. Student Authorization Code available in the Law Library section of the Law School Student Community page in Blackboard.
CCH IntelliConnect Business & Finance Library
The CCH Business & Finance Library is a full-text search service containing Securities, Exchanges and SROs, International Securities, Banking, Capital Changes, Trade Regulation, Products Liability and Safety, Government Contracts, Information Technology, Federal Energy Guidelines and Transportation Law.
CCH IntelliConnect Health & Human Services Library
The CCH Health and Human Resources Internet Research NetWork includes federal and state laws and regulations, case law, forms, manuals and news reports arranged in seven topical libraries of information: Human Resources Management; Payroll; Pension/Benefits; Employment Law; Safety, OSHA & Worker's Compensation; Health Law; Food and Drug.
ECCO - Eighteenth Century Collection Online
Eighteenth Century Collections Online covers the development of law in the British Empire between 1701 and 1800.Topics include acts, criminal and international law, appellants’ cases and more.
Foreign Law Guide
The Foreign Law Guide by Thomas Reynolds and Arturo Flores is an excellent starting point for locating the statutes of another country. For each jurisdiction there is a brief introduction to the legal system, a list of codifications, gazettes and other sources of law and then a section listing sources of law by subject. There are citations to materials both in the original language and English translations where available.
HeinOnline provides both searchable OCR full-text and PDF images of legal periodicals, the Federal Register, the U.S. Reports, and several notable collections of U.S. treaties and agreements. Note: On HeinOnline homepage, click "Log in to HeinOnline".
IFLP- Index to Foreign Index Legal Periodicals (HeinOnline)
Indexes approximately 500 legal journals published worldwide. Provides in-depth coverage of international, comparative, and foreign law in all languages except Arabic. Contains leads to citations from articles published in 500 worldwide legal journals and approximately 80 individually published collections of legal essays, Festschriften and congress reports. Citations only.
Digital archive collection of core scholarly journals. It is unique in that complete archives of these journals have been digitised, starting with the very first issues, many of which were published as far back as the nineteenth century.
National legal newspaper which covers a wide range of topics of interest to the legal community. Single user license. Contact a reference librarian for assistance.
Provides indexing for all major law reviews, legal newspapers, specialty law publications, and bar association journals.
Legal Scholarship Network (LSN)
A division of Social Science Research Network (SSRN) that publishes abstracts of a wide range of law-related working papers and article drafts accepted for publication.
This comprehensive database provides full-text access to U.S. federal and state primary and secondary legal sources, and an expanding amount of international and foreign material. Access limited to current members of the Regent Law School Community. Contact Bill Magee at email@example.com for assistance.
This University Library database provides full-text access to U.S. federal and state primary legal sources.
Offers a collection of digitized full-text images of legal works and U.S. government documents from the executive, judicial, and legislative branches.
Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926
Fully searchable database, containing 22,000 legal treatises on US and British law published from 1800 through 1926. A number of these are reprints of earlier works, dating from the 15th and 16th centuries.
The Law Library's subscription includes the following: Encyclopedia of Human RightsThe Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Parry & Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law, and others.
Regent University's ProQuestCongressional subscription includes the following modules: Congressional Hearings Digital Collection, Congressional Hearings Digital Prospective Collection, Congressional Record Permanent Digital Collection, Congressional Research Digital Collection, and Serial Set Digital Collection, 1789-current.
ProQuest Congressional Hearings Digital Collection
The ProQuestCongressional Hearings Digital Collection (CHDC) provides comprehensive, full-text access to all published and unpublished Congressional hearings held from 1824-2003. Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
ProQuest Congressional Hearings Digital Prospective Collection
The ProQuest Congressional Hearings Digital Prospective Collection (CHDC) provides comprehensive, full-text access to published and unpublished Congressional hearings held from 2004 to present. Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
ProQuest Congressional Record Permanent Digital Collection
The ProQuest Congressional Record Permanent Digital Collection includes the Annals of Congress (1789-1824), the Register of Debates (1824-1837), the Congressional Globe (1833-1873), and the Congressional Record (1873-to date). Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
ProQuest Congressional Research Digital Collection
The ProQuest Congressional Research Digital Collection (CRDC) provides full-text access to more than 26,000 Congressional committee prints published from 1830-2003 and more than 32,000 Congressional Research Service reports published from 1916-2003. Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
ProQuest US Serial Set Digital Collection: 1789-1969
The ProQuest Serial Set Digital Collection, 1789-1969 begins in 1789 with the American State Papers and details Congressional business
through 1969. It includes reports and documents either produced or ordered by
Congress, as well as presidential communications and treaty materials. Includes maps. Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
ProQuest US Serial Set Digital Collection: 1970-present
When complete, the ProQuest U.S. Serial Set Digital Collection, 1970-present will provide comprehensive, full-text access to over 50,000 Congressional documents and reports published in over 2,600 volumes of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set from 1970-present. The Serial Set Digital Collection also provides full text access to all Senate Executive Documents and Reports, 1817-1979. Includes maps. Uses ProQuest Congressional platform.
Religion Case Reporter
The online edition of the Religion Case Reporter is comprised of case digests, a cumulative index, and a cumulative table of statutes related to the area of religion.
Rise of American Law
A collection of historic 19th and 20th-century legal texts,
including treatises, histories and early editions of the legal encyclopedias
American Jurisprudence and Corpus Juris. The material is integrated into Westlaw. (Click on Westlaw
Research tab and then type "Rise of American Law" or "ROAL" into the "Search for a Database" box). For a complete listing of included titles, follow this link. Access limited to current members of the Regent Law School Community. Contact Bill Magee at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Thomson Reuters Checkpoint
Full-text database offering access to a wide variety of primary and secondary tax materials regularly used by tax practitioners.
Treaties and International Agreements Online
Oceanas Treaties and International Agreements Online provides current, comprehensive, and accurate full-text for 12,700 U.S. treaties and international agreements.
University Library Databases
The Law School community has full access to University Library resources, as well as to subscribed Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA) databases.
Virginia Lawyers Weekly Online
The online version of the Virginia Lawyer's Weekly offers a wealth of information of interest to the Virginia legal community. Single user license. Contact a reference librarian for access.
The VersusLaw Law School Program provides free access to law students, faculty, and library staff members associated with any American J.D. degree law school. Registration is required.
This comprehensive database provides full-text access to U.S. federal and state primary and secondary legal sources and an expanding amount of international and foreign material. Access limited to current members of the Regent Law School Community. Contact Bill Magee at email@example.com for assistance.
A worldwide union catalog created and maintained collectively by more than 9,000 member institutions.