Bloomberg BNA
Bloomberg BNA provides legal content and publishes daily, weekly, and monthly updates on a variety of topics including: antitrust, banking, bankruptcy, corporate, criminal law, employee benefits, employment and labor, environment and safety, ethics, family law, health law, homeland security, intellectual property,  international tax, litigation, product liability, securities and corporate responsibility, tax, trade, and commerce.  [UA users only.]

Bloomberg Law
Provides comprehensive access to up-to-date legal content as well as daily business news and market information.  Includes a legal citator, cases, statutes, news, commentary and analysis, federal docket searching, and transactional information. For further information see the Legal Research Databases Guide. [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]

CALI (Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction)
CALI Lessons are web-based tutorials on a variety of legal subjects. Currently there are over 950 lessons in over 35 law school subjects.  Click here for information about the CALI authorization code for UA Law students. [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]

Casemaker 
Casemaker is the Ohio State Bar Association’s online legal research service.  This service provides access to state and federal case law, statutes, court rules, administrative codes, and attorney general opinions.  For further information see the Legal Research Databases Guide. [Available to law students who are members of the Ohio State Bar Association.  Law student membership in the Ohio State Bar Association is free.]

Ebscohost Legal Collection
The full text of over 250 law reviews in English. [UA users only.]
[This resource is made available by the University Libraries]

Eighteenth Century Collections Online
The Eighteenth Century Collections Online is a comprehensive digital collection of nearly 140,000 English-language titles covering all subjects published between 1701 and 1800 in the United Kingdom and North America, including foreign-language titles printed in the UK. It includes titles covering the development of law in the British Empire between 1701 and 1800. [UA users only.]
[This resource is made available by the University Libraries]

Foreign Law Guide
The Foreign Law Guide (FLG) covers over 190 foreign jurisdictions and offers information on sources of foreign law, including bibliographic citations to legislation, the existence of English translations, and selected references to secondary sources. [McDowell Building only.]

Hannah Capitol Connection
Provides access to Ohio legislative and governmental information service, including bill tracking, the full text of bills, the administrative code and revised code, committee rosters, legislator information, and government-related news from the Hannah News Service.  Also known as Ohio Capitol Connection or Hannah Online. [UA users only.]

HeinOnline
Online searchable, legal research collection includes Law Journal Library of U.S. and foreign titles providing comprehensive coverage, Congressional Record bound volumes, U.S. Reports, state statutes and session laws, legal classics, world famous trials, the United Nations and League of Nations Treaty Series, U.S. Treaties, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, and various, specialized collections [UA users only.]

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
HeinOnline’s Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP) is a subject index to articles and book reviews in selected foreign law journals and collected essays, from 1985 to the present.  Includes browsable digital versions of print index editions from 1960-1984 [UA users only.]

Index to Legal Periodicals and Books Full Text
This database provides complete coverage of English language legal information and includes indexing of over 1,025 legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, statutes, bar association publications, university publications, government publications, and monographs. With nearly 300 law reviews, it provides international coverage including periodicals from the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. [McDowell Building only.]

Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective
A retrospective database indexing over 750 legal periodicals published in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Annual surveys of the laws of a jurisdiction, annual surveys of the federal courts, yearbooks, annual institutes, and annual reviews of the work in a given field or on a given topic are also covered.  [UA Users only.]

IntelliConnect (CCH)
Offers wide-ranging access to federal and state primary law, reporters, treatises, commentary, news and analysis.  Practice areas include federal and state tax law, business, finance and corporate law, intellectual property, health and human resources, labor and employment. [UA users only.]

Legal Scholarship Network
Open access collection of law-related scholarly research papers. [Open access.]

LegalTrac
Index to selected articles published in major legal periodicals from 1980 to the present, including law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals, and international law journals.  Includes some full-text articles as well as law-related articles published in business and general interest periodicals. [UA users only.]

Lexis Advance
Full-text database containing legal resources, including cases, statutes, regulations, secondary sources, news, and periodicals. For further information see the Legal Research Databases Guide.  [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]

LexisNexis Academic
Comprehensive legal, business and news resource.  U.S. legal section provides access to federal and state statutes, cases, regulations, law reviews, and journal articles.  Intended for a general academic audience. [UA users only.]

LexisNexis Courtroom Cast
This resource has three components:  AudioCaseFiles, Video and Training.  AudioCaseFiles consists of downloadable MP3 files of edited judicial opinions taken from law school casebooks.  Included with each edited opinion is the full-text of the opinion, a brief fact summary, and the rule of law.  The Video component offers an online library of courtroom videos with thousands of hours of trials, hearings and oral arguments.  The Training component consists of three training libraries that employ multimedia to provide instruction in trial advocacy, appellate advocacy, and the rules of evidence.  [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]

LLMC Digital
Retrospective digital collection of primary and secondary legal materials including federal and state official case reporters, U.S. Statutes at Large, and decisions of some federal agencies.  Includes legal source materials from the U.K. and former Common law countries.  [UA users only.]

Loislaw Treatises for Law Schools
Provides full-text access to selected current Aspen legal treatises.  The subjects covered by these treatises include business practice, construction law, elder law, employment discrimination, estate planning, evidence, family law, internet law and e-commerce, litigation, limited liability companies, personal injury, product liability, and real estate law.  [McDowell Building only.]

Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, 1800-1926
Searchable retrospective digital collection featuring access to some 22,000 Anglo-American legal treatises, case books, pamphlets, speeches, letters, and other works, dating from 1800-1926. [UA users only.]

Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources, 1620-1926
This digital collection contains approximately 1,350 works, including colonial records, constitutional conventions and compilations, city charters, law dictionaries, and state codes.  The sources are full-text searchable or can be browsed by author or title.  Advanced search features include searching by jurisdiction, publication type, language, date, and illustration. [UA users only.]

Making of Modern Law: Trials, 1600-1926
The Making of Modern Law: Trials, 1600-1926 is comprised of thousands of books and pamphlets. It is an archive of trial documents and unofficially published accounts of important trials in the U.S., Britain, and France dating from 1600 to 1926.  It covers commercial law, constitutional law, dueling, elections, impeachment, international law, land, libel, military offenses, murder, torts, treason, and wills, among many other subjects.   [UA users only.]

Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court records and briefs, 1832-1978
This collection contains records and briefs brought before the United States Supreme Court between 1832 and 1978.  Included are transcripts, applications for review, motions, petitions, and supplements.  It contains nearly 11 million pages from over 75,000 cases brought before the Court. [UA users only.]

Oxford Reference
Offers access to dictionaries, language reference tools, and subject reference tools from multiple disciplines. Law-related titles include the Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, the Encyclopedia of Human Rights, and the Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States. [UA users only.]
[This resource is made available by the University Libraries]

Oxford Scholarship Online
Offers access to thousands of academic monographs in 20 subject areas across the humanities, social sciences, sciences, medicine, and law. [UA users only.]
[This resource is made available by the University Libraries]

PACER
NOTE: This resource is now available as part of the Bloomberg Law database listed above. [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]

ProQuest Congressional
Provides access to Congressional hearings, committee reports, witness testimony, and other Congressional publications. Content also includes the Congressional Record and its predecessors, documents from the Congressional Research Service, information about current and historic members of Congress, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, political news sources, and social media. Coverage begins with 1789. [UA users only.]

ProQuest Legislative Insight
Complete legislative history information for many federal laws.  This resource contains legislative history information from 1789 – 2014. (Coverage between 1789 – 1929 is selective.)  [UA users only.]

University of Akron School of Law on IdeaExchange@UAkron
IdeaExchange@UAkron is the institutional repository for the University of Akron.  The School of Law uses the institutional repository to showcase the Center for Constitutional Law, the scholarly work of the School of Law faculty, and the content of the Akron Law Review.  [Open access.]

University of Akron School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series
A collection of the scholarly work of the faculty of the University of Akron School of Law. [Open access.]

WestlawNext 
Full-text database containing legal resources, including cases, statutes, regulations, secondary sources, news, and periodicals. For further information see the Legal Research Databases Guide. [UA Law users only, requires registration and password.]


Additional Databases Provided by the University Libraries and OhioLINK

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University E-Journals
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OhioLINK Databases
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OhioLINK Electronic Book Center
The OhioLINK Electronic Book Center (EBC) contains more than 50,000 e-book titles, covering numerous subjects, and includes scholarly monographs, encyclopedias, dictionaries and other reference works. Most e-books are permanently owned by OhioLINK.

OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center
The OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center (EJC) contains millions of full-text articles in 10,000 journals from large publishers to small presses. 

EBSCO A to Z for OhioLINK
EBSCO A to Z contains a searchable A-to-Z linkable list of online journals available through OhioLINK databases.        


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