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Blough-Weis Library Acquires Westlaw Campus Research; Thousands of Legal Research Resources

by Ryan Ake on 2019-08-08T14:22:58-04:00 in Communications, Legal Studies, Political Science | Comments

Blough-Weis Library has recently acquired the Westlaw Campus Research tool to aid Legal Studies, Political Science and other departments with legal research, news and business/industry information. To access the new database, click here!

While Westlaw provides research in nearly every academic discipline, it's focus is on its vast list of law-related sources, including:

  • 800+ law reviews & journals
  • All federal and state cases (including Supreme Court)
  • The USCA™
  • Code of Federal Regulations
  • The Federal Register
  • European Union Law
  • And much more!

Westlaw also provides access to newspapers, magazines, trade journals, international publications, broadcast transcripts as well as company and SEC filings for all of you doing company and industry research.

For more information on the vast array of content in this new acquisition, click here.

 

If you have questions about using Westlaw, please contact Ryan Ake or Alexandrea Glenn for more information.


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More than 40,000 databases of case law, state and federal statutes, administrative codes, newspaper and magazine articles, public records, law journals, law reviews, treatises and legal forms!

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