Friday, December 7, 2007

ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct (BNA)

ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct (BNA)
ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct (LexisNexis)
ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct (Westlaw)
ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct (Print Archive)
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The ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), is an authoritative source for news and guidance on attorney conduct and legal ethics. The ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct is organized into four main sections: Practice Guides, Ethics Rules, Current Reports, and Ethics Opinions. Access to the ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

American State Papers

American State Papers, 1789-1838 (Archive of Americana)
American State Papers (American Memory)

American State Papers, 1789-1838, a component of the Readex Archive of Americana, is a digital collection of approximately 6280 numbered publications, largely Congressional but also containing Executive Department materials. The American State Papers (Special Collections Rare 57 21.8) were originally issued from 1832-1861 in 38 folio volumes organized in ten classes: I Foreign Relations in six volumes; II Indian Affairs in two volumes; III Finance in five volumes; IV Commerce and Navigation in two volumes; V Military Affairs in seven volumes; VI Naval Affairs in four volumes; VII Post-office Department in one volume; VIII Public Lands in eight volumes; IX Claims in one volume; and X Miscellaneous in two volumes. American State Papers is also available through American Memory. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report (BNA)

Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report (BNA; volume 70, number 1748, February 8, 1996 to present)
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report (LexisNexis; volume 42, number 1046, January 7, 1982 to present)
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report (Westlaw; volume 50, number 1246, January 2, 1986 to present)
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report (Print Archive)
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The Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes federal, state and international legislative, judicial and administrative activities affecting the regulation of deceptive and restrictive trade practices. The Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report includes summaries of current developments, digests of court and administrative agency decisions, selected regulatory and legislative materials, and the full-text of important rulings. The Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report is published weekly except the first week in January, the week following Labor Day, and the last week in December. Coverage from volume 70, number 1748, February 8, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis volume 42, number 1046, January 7, 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 50, number 1246, January 2, 1986 to present. Access to the Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

AudioCaseFiles

AudioCaseFiles
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AudioCaseFiles provides audio mp3 files of opinions commonly studied in law school classes. AudioCaseFiles may be downloaded and listened to on any mp3 player. Browse for audio case files by law school course, by casebook and by most popular. Search by case name, citation or party. Register for an AudioCaseFiles account using your HLS email address. (HLS email account required.)

Bankruptcy Insider

Bankruptcy Insider

Bankruptcy Insider, a publication of TheDeal.com, provides access to proprietary bankruptcy data, as well as information on financings, rehabilitations, liquidations, and bankruptcy trends. Bankruptcy Insider includes data on debtors-in-possession (DIPs), filings, advisers, investment banks, and M&A bankruptcy. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Bankruptcy Law360

Bankruptcy Law360

Bankruptcy Law360, a publication of Portfolio Media, Inc., provides coverage of developing stories in bankruptcy litigation, law and policy. Coverage is worldwide and includes information on new Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 filings, Chapter 11 reorganization plans, disputes among debtors-in-possession, creditors, employers, and unions, and profiles of distressed industries and companies. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Bankruptcy Law Reporter (BNA)

Bankruptcy Law Reporter (BNA; volume 8, number 10, March 7, 1996 to present)
Bankruptcy Law Reporter (Print Archive)
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The Bankruptcy Law Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes state and federal bankruptcy matters, including coverage of activity in the courts, Congress and state legislatures, state and federal regulatory agencies and the private sector. The Bankruptcy Law Reporter is published weekly on Thursdays except the weeks of Independence Day, Labor Day and Christmas. Coverage from volume 8, number 10, March 7, 1996 to present. Access to the Bankruptcy Law Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Berkeley Electronic Press

Berkeley Electronic Press
BEPress Journals
BEPress Working Papers

The Berkeley Electronic Press (BEPress), founded as an electronic alternative to the traditional system of scholarly publishing in peer-reviewed academic journals, publishes journals, institutional repositories & working papers and monographs & newsletters. A BEPress journal may be composed of up to four separate and distinct journals called: Frontiers, Advances, Contributions, and Topics. Berkeley Electronic Press reviewers and editors decide in which journal a given submission belongs based on its merit: Frontiers: suitable for publication in a top general interest journal; Advances: suitable for publication in a very good general interest journal or a top field journal; Contributions: suitable for publication in a very good field journal; Topics: worthy of publication in an academic journal. All BEPress journal articles are peer-reviewed by leading scholars with a turnaround time from submission to publication of as little as eight weeks. BEPress journals are covered by many of the major indexes including EconLit, ABI/Inform, LegalTrac and PAIS. BEPress offers two current awareness services: bealerts, customized email alerts of newly published bepress articles, and RSS feeds. In addition to its own publications, BEPress technology is being used by many institutions to create digital scholarship repositories. The NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository includes scholarship from member schools including Harvard Law School. The BEPress ExpressO law review submission service is available to Harvard Law School faculty and students. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

BNA Bureau of National Affairs

BNA Web Publications (Alphabetical listing)
BNA Publications Available on LexisNexis (LexisNexis account required)
BNA Publications Available on Westlaw (Westlaw account required)
BNA Publications Available in Print
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Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) publications cover a wide range of legal topics. A BNA publication typically include news and analysis as well as full-text access to laws, regulations, cases and other materials; and may be available in one or more formats including web, LexisNexis, Westlaw and print. Access to BNA web publications is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

ABA/BNA Lawyers' Manual on Professional Conduct
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report
Bankruptcy Law Reporter
Criminal Law Reporter
Electronic Commerce & Law Report
Employment Discrimination Report
Environment & Safety Library
Environment Reporter
Family Law Reporter
Health Law Reporter
International Trade Reporter
Labor & Employment Law Library
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal
Securities Regulation & Law Report
United States Law Week
United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library
White Collar Crime Report
WTO Reporter

CALI Lessons

CALI Lessons
CALI Lessons Registration
HLS CALI Authorization Code (HLS email username and password required)

CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, provides access to an extensive collection of interactive, computer-based lessons covering a number of subject areas. The lessons are designed to augment traditional law school instruction and can be assigned as supplemental study material or integrated with other course materials. The lessons are written by law faculty and librarians and are regularly reviewed and revised. The format of the individual lessons varies according to the educational objectives of the author. CALI Lessons are available in one or more of three formats: Windows software, Mac software and Web. Not all lessons are available in all formats. When selecting a software format lesson, the final step will provide you with detailed download and installation instructions. Read the instructions carefully. Access to the CALI Lessons is limited to the Harvard Law School community. In order to access the lessons, you must first register using an HLS CALI authorization code (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain an authorization code by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

CCH Research NetWork

The CCH Research NetWork provides access to a broad range of CCH securities, banking, trade regulation, government contracts, telecommunications, information technology, federal energy guidelines, transportation, products liability & safety, health, food & drug, pensions & benefits, employment, and tax law products. Access to the CCH Research NetWork is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

CCH Business & Finance Research NetWork (IP login)
CCH Business & Finance Research NetWork (Off-campus login)
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The CCH Business & Finance Research NetWork provides access to CCH federal & state securities; banking including credit regulation and mortgage compliance; capital changes; trade regulation; government contracts; federal & state telecommunications; information technology; federal energy guidelines; transportation; and products liability & safety law products.

CCH Health & Medical Research NetWork (IP login)
CCH Health & Medical Research NetWork (Off-campus login)
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The CCH Health & Human Resources Research NetWork provides access to dozens of CCH products covering such topics as: health law including Medicare and Medicaid, healthcare compliance, state Medicaid laws & regulations, state health care laws & regulations, and managed care; food & drug law; human resources management including personnel practices, compensation, equal employment opportunity, employment relations, and OSHA compliance; payroll management including social security and unemployment; pensions & benefits law; employment law including employment practices, disabilities management, labor relations, wages & hours, labor arbitration, EEOC compliance, and state employment law; and safety, OSHA, and workers compensation law.

CCH Tax Research NetWork (IP login)
CCH Tax Research NetWork (Off-campus login)
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The CCH Tax Research NetWork provides access to CCH federal, state and international tax law products.

Criminal Law Reporter (BNA)

Criminal Law Reporter (BNA; volume 59, number 18, August 7, 1996 to present)
Criminal Law Reporter (LexisNexis; volume 62, number 25, March 25, 1998 to present)
Criminal Law Reporter (Westlaw; volume 62, number 25, March 25, 1998 to present)
Criminal Law Reporter (Print Archive)
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The Criminal Law Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes developments, trends and emerging patterns in criminal law with special emphasis on monitoring U.S. Supreme Court criminal cases from filing through final disposition. The Criminal Law Reporter publishes significant cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, federal district courts, principal courts of the states, and the Court of Military Appeals. The Criminal Law Reporter is published weekly on Wednesdays, except the second Wednesday in July, the Wednesday following Labor Day, and the Wednesday following Christmas. Coverage from volume 59, number 18, August 7, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis and Westlaw from volume 62, number 25, March 25, 1998 to present. Access to the Criminal Law Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Current Index to Legal Periodicals

Current Index to Legal Periodicals
Current Index to Legal Periodicals (Westlaw)
Current Index to Legal Periodicals (Langdell Reference K 33 .C86)

The Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP) offers tables of contents and subject indexing for newly published law periodicals, tracking over 500 major law reviews and journals. CILP is issued weekly on Friday and is available 4-6 weeks earlier than other commercial legal periodical indexes. CILP is available in html, pdf, and Word formats. The html version provides direct links to cited articles in full-text on LexisNexis and Westlaw. CILP is also available on Westlaw and in print in the Library at Reference K 33 .C86. (Current 12 months only available in print.) Access to CILP is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

Electronic Commerce & Law Report (BNA)

Electronic Commerce & Law Report (BNA; volume 1, number 1, April 12, 1996 to present)
Electronic Commerce & Law Report (LexisNexis; volume 1, number 1, April 12, 1996 to present)
Electronic Commerce & Law Report (Westlaw; volume 1, number 1, April 12, 1996 to present)
Electronic Commerce & Law Report (Print Archive)
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The Electronic Commerce & Law Report, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), provides comprehensive coverage of the major legal issues surrounding digital communications content, transactions, and infrastructure, on federal, state, and international levels. The Electronic Commerce & Law Report is published weekly on Wednesdays, except the Wednesday following July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Coverage from volume 1, number 1, April 12, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis and Westlaw from volume 1, number 1, April 12, 1996 to present. Access to the Electronic Commerce & Law Report is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Employment Discrimination Report (BNA)

Employment Discrimination Report (BNA; volume 6, number 5, January 31, 1996 to present)
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The Employment Discrimination Report, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), provides comprehensive news coverage and practical guidance in all areas of equal employment opportunity. The Employment Discrimination Report covers important cases including jury verdicts and settlements and provides key insights into the EEOC including summaries of briefs filed by the agency. The Employment Discrimination Report is published weekly, except for the week of Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Coverage from volume 6, number 5, January 31, 1996 to present. Access to the Employment Discrimination Report is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Environmental Law Reporter Online

Environmental Law Reporter Online
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Environmental Law Reporter (LexisNexis)

The Environmental Law Reporter Online (ELR) is an environmental, natural resources, toxic tort, energy, health/safety, and land use law research tool containing original source documents, editorial summaries, and expert analysis on state, federal, and international issues. ELR consists of twelve components: News & Analysis; ELR UPDATE; Litigation; Federal Laws and Regulations; Administrative Materials; Indexes; State Materials; International Materials; Health and Safety Materials; Guidance & Policy Collection; Briefs & Pleadings; and Online Seminars. Locate materials in ELR by keyword search or by index. See ELR Help for more information. Access to the Environmental Law Reporter Online is limited to the Harvard Law School community and is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Environment & Safety Library (BNA)

Environment & Safety Library (BNA)
Environment & Safety Library (LexisNexis)
Environment & Safety Library (Westlaw)
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The Environment & Safety Library, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes a broad range of federal, state and international environment and safety programs. The Environment & Safety Library provides access to environment and safety laws and regulations of the U.S., Canada and Mexico; European Union directives and regulations; and decisions of federal, state and administrative courts. The Environment & Safety Library includes interactive forms, guidance documents, directories, agency memoranda, and international treaties and agreements, as well as annotations, editor’s notes, reviews and commentary on federal and state environment and safety programs, news reports on current developments, and profiles of environmental programs in numerous countries. In order to read the Greek letters, fractions and scientific symbols used in the Environment & Safety Library, you may be required to install special BNA fonts. Access to the Environment & Safety Library is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Environment Reporter (BNA)

Environment Reporter (BNA; volume 26, number 37, January 26, 1996 to present)
Environment Reporter (LexisNexis; volume 12, January 1982 to present)
Environment Reporter (Westlaw; volume 16, January 1986 to present)
Environment Reporter (Print Archive)
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The Environment Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on legislative, administrative, judicial, regulatory, industrial, and technological developments affecting pollution control and environmental protection. The Environment Reporter covers the activities of Congress, federal administrative agencies, federal and state courts, and developments from state legislatures and regulatory agencies that affect regulation of air pollution, water pollution, solid waste management, hazardous waste, oil pollution, natural resource utilization and mining. The Environment Reporter is published weekly except the week of Labor Day and the week of Christmas. Coverage from volume 26, number 37, January 26, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis from volume 12, January 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 16, January 1986 to present. Access to the Environment Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Family Law Reporter (BNA)

Family Law Reporter (BNA; volume 26, number 37, January 26, 1996 to present)
Family Law Reporter (LexisNexis; volume 24, number 20, March 24, 1998 to present)
Family Law Reporter (Westlaw; volume 24, number 20, March 24, 1998 to present)
Family Law Reporter (Print Archive)
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The Family Law Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes federal and state cases, legislation, trends, issues and litigation strategies affecting all key areas of family law. The Family Law Reporter provides access to selected federal statutes and regulations, uniform acts adopted by the states, and brief summaries of state divorce laws. The Family Law Reporter is published weekly except the weeks of Labor Day and Christmas. Coverage from volume 26, number 37, January 26, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis and Westlaw from volume 24, number 20, March 24, 1998 to present. Access to the Family Law Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Health Law Reporter (BNA)

Health Law Reporter (BNA; volume 5, number 5, February 1, 1996 to present)
Health Law Reporter (LexisNexis; volume 1, 1992 to present)
Health Law Reporter (Westlaw; volume 1, 1992 to present)
Health Law Reporter (Print Archive)
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The Health Law Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on legislation, regulation, litigation and new developments affecting the area of health law covering topics such as hospitals, health insurance, medical malpractice and state regulation of the health care industry. The Health Law Reporter is published weekly except the weeks of Labor Day and Thanksgiving, and the week following Christmas. Coverage from volume 5, number 5, February 1, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis and Westlaw from volume 1, 1992 to present. Access to the Health Law Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

HeinOnline

HeinOnline

HeinOnline is a digital collection of legal and law-related materials organized into a number of modules called libraries. HeinOnline libraries may be browsed and searched. The HeinOnline Search feature allows you to conduct keyword searches based on the Lucene Search Syntax. HeinOnline provides access to a work's complete contents. Documents are represented in both high quality image and OCR text formats. As a cost saving measure, HeinOnline does not review the OCR scanned text for errors. Once you are viewing a document, use the printer icon located in the toolbar just above the document to print or download the current page or the entire document. Documents may be printed using the HeinOnline HPrint utility or downloaded and printed as a pdf file. HeinOnline adds citation information to the footer of each page. HeinOnline does not provide special commands or formatting for emailing documents. Once you have saved a document to your disk in pdf format, use your email client to email the document as an attachment. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

HeinOnline Code of Federal Regulations

The HeinOnline Code of Federal Regulations provides full-text access to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) from its inception in 1938. Special navigation tools include the Quick Locator which allows you to locate a CFR Title and Part by year; Title Search which allows you to search CFR Title and Part descriptions by year range; and Advanced Search allows you to conduct keyword searches. The HeinOnline CFR provides a link to the GPO Access CFR (1996 to current).

HeinOnline English Reports, Full Reprint (1220-1865)

The HeinOnline English Reports provides exact page-images of the original bound reprint edition of the English Reports together with the Indexes and Book of Charts. Special navigation tools include the Case Locator, Chart Tool, and Advanced Search. The HeinOnline English Reports may be browsed by volume, by index and by the Book of Charts. The English Reports is a 178 volume set located on the basement north stacks of Langdell Hall at KD 270 1220 .E5x containing more than 100,000 early English cases published between 1220 and 1865. The English Reports is not a chronological publication. It is a reprint of hundreds of nominate reports, case reporters of specific courts referred to by their creators name. Each case in the English Reports has two citations, an English Reports citation and a nominative citation. The English Reports on CD-ROM is available on the Library’s public network.

HeinOnline European Center for Minority Issues

The European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) conducts practice-oriented research, provides information and documentation, and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe. It serves European governments and regional intergovernmental organizations as well as non-dominant groups in the European area. The Centre also supports the academic community, the media and the general public through the timely provision of information and analysis. The HeinOnline ECMI Library provides online, full-text access to ECMI Reports, ECMI Working Papers, the Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe and the Ombudsman Institutions and Minority Issues: A Guide to Good Practice.

HeinOnline Federal Register Collection

The HeinOnline Federal Register Collection provides full-text access to the Federal Register (volume 1, 1936 to near present), the Federal Register Indexes, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Compilation of Sections Affected, the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, the United States Government Manual, the Legislative History of the Administrative Procedure Act (1944-1946), and other useful materials.

HeinOnline Law Journal Library

The HeinOnline Law Journal Library provides full-text access to a rapidly growing collection of law reviews and journals. Coverage begins with a journal's first volume but does not usually include its most recent volumes. HeinOnline's ultimate goal is to expand its collection to include all indexed legal periodicals from their first issue to the present.

HeinOnline Legal Classics Library

The HeinOnline Legal Classics Library is a digital collection of many of the most highly regarded works written on the law. The Legal Classics Library collection is based on titles listed in the Bibliography of Early American Law by Morris L. Cohen. Additional titles have been selected from the AALS Law Books Recommended for Libraries, plus a number of additional early British and Commonwealth titles.

HeinOnline New York Court of Appeals, Records and Briefs

HeinOnline New York Court of Appeals, Records and Briefs includes records and briefs from cases reported in the New York Reports beginning with 1 N.Y.3d 1. Special navigation tools include the Case Locator, Complete List (of cases) and Advanced Search.

HeinOnline Philip C. Jessup Library

The HeinOnline Philip C. Jessup Library provides full-text access to the International Law Students Association's Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Compendium (1960 to present), the ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law, and the ILSA Journal of International Law.

HeinOnline Session Laws

HeinOnline Session Laws contains the session laws of all 50 U.S. States as well as the Acts of the Parliament of Canada. Future releases will include new session laws as published as well as expanded coverage of historical session laws. HeinOnline expects coverage to eventually include all published session laws for all 50 states as far back as the Colonial period.

HeinOnline Treaties and Agreements Library

The HeinOnline Treaties and Agreements Library provides full-text access to several important treaty series, including official U.S. treaty publications; unofficial treaty publications; treaty guides and indexes; and various treaty collections, books and texts.

HeinOnline U.S. Attorney General Opinions

HeinOnline U.S. Attorney General Opinions provides full-text access to: Opinions of the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice (volumes 1-20, 1977-1996), Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States (volumes 1-43, 1791-1982), and Digest of the Published Opinions of the Attorneys-General, & of the Leading Decisions of the Federal Courts, with Reference to International Law, Treaties and Kindred Subjects (1877).

HeinOnline U.S. Federal Legislative History Library

The HeinOnline U.S. Federal Legislative History Library provides access to the Sources of Compiled Legislative History Database and the U.S. Federal Legislative History Title Collection. The Sources of Compiled Legislative History Database is derived from the looseleaf publication Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories: A Bibliography of Government Documents, Periodical Articles, and Books by Nancy P. Johnson (Reference and Reference Desk KF 42.2 1979). All compilations for major laws are included in the database with the following exceptions: appropriations measures; ceremonial matters; laws that extend the life of an agency or authority; and laws that affect small numbers of persons or specific regions of the country. The sources for these compilations include congressional documents, legal periodicals, treatises and looseleaf services. The U.S. Federal Legislative History Title Collection is a collection of full-text legislative histories on some of the most important and historically significant legislation of our time. In addition to major complete legislative histories this collection includes texts related to legislative histories.

HeinOnline U.S. Presidential Library

The HeinOnline U.S. Presidential Library provides full-text access to a wide variety of sources of Presidential Documents, Messages and Papers, including A Compilation of Messages and Papers of the Presidents compiled by James D. Richardson (Volumes 1-20, 1789-1916, George Washington to Woodrow Wilson); A Compilation of Messages and Papers of the Presidents (New Series) compiled by James D. Richardson (Volumes 1-22, 1789-March 1929, George Washington to Herbert Hoover) and other Presidential sources including Code of Federal Regulations: Title 3 (1936-2001, includes Proclamations, Executive Orders and other Presidential Documents including Administrative Orders and Reorganization Plans); Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States (1789-1989); Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; Economic Reports of the President; List and Index of Presidential Executive Orders, 1789-1941 edited by Clifford L. Lord; and Presidential Executive Orders edited by Clifford L. Lord (Volumes 1-2, 1862-1938).

HeinOnline U.S. Statutes at Large

HeinOnline U.S. Statutes at Large provides provides full-text access to the United States Statutes at Large. The Statutes at Large is the official source for the laws and resolutions passed by the U.S. Congress. The Statutes at Large includes every law, public and private, ever enacted by the Congress and, until 1948, all treaties and international agreements approved by the Senate. The Statutes at Large also includes the text of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution including amendments, treaties with Native Americans and foreign nations, and presidential proclamations.

HeinOnline U.S. Supreme Court Library

The HeinOnline U.S. Supreme Court Library provides full-text access to cases published in the U.S. Reports as well as more recent slip opinions: U.S. Reports, U.S. Reports Preliminary Prints, and U.S. Reports Slip Opinions. Also included are several books on the Supreme Court and the journals Supreme Court Economic Review and Supreme Court Review.

HeinOnline World Trials Collection

The HeinOnline World Trials Collection is a digital collection of transcripts and accounts of trials as well as works that analyze and debate famous trials and biographies of well-known trial lawyers.

House and Senate Journals

House and Senate Journals, Series I, 1789-1817 (Archive of Americana)
House Journal (American Memory; 1st-43rd Congress, 1789-1875)
Senate Journal (American Memory; 1st-43rd Congress, 1789-1875)

House and Senate Journals, Series I, 1789-1817, a component of the Readex Archive of Americana, is a digital collection of the Journals of the United States House of Representatives and Senate covering the first 14 Congresses of the United States. The Journals contain the minutes of floor actions noting matters considered and votes and other actions taken. The Journals do not record the actual debates in the House and Senate. The House Journal and the Senate Journal are also available through American Memory. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

IndexMaster

IndexMaster (IP login)
IndexMaster (Off-campus login)
Indexmaster Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)

IndexMaster is a compilation of the tables of contents and indexes from over 10,000 legal titles from over 90 legal publishers. The IndexMaster search template allows you to locate publications containing all of your keywords, your keywords as an exact phrase, at least one of your keywords and none of your keywords. You may limit your search to anywhere in the document or the title, to the body of the text or to the Title/Author/Publisher information. IndexMaster search results may be sorted by Best Match, Hit Count, Title or Date. Use the Similar feature to locate publications which are similar to the first publication in your search result list. The IndexMaster Subscribe to Search feature allows you to create an email alert for newly added publications meeting your search requirements and for publications in your search result that have changed. The tables of contents and indexes are presented in pdf format with search hits highlighted in blue. Access to IndexMaster is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Index to Canadian Legal Literature

Index to Canadian Legal Literature (Westlaw)
Index to Canadian Legal Literature (Langdell Reference KE 1 .I532 2001)

The Index to Canadian Legal Literature (ICLL), produced by Carswell and the Canadian Association of Law Libraries, is a periodical index and bibliography of Canadian legal literature from 1985 to present. The ICLL indexes monographs, essays, federal and provincial government publications, publications of law faculties and legal research institutes and associations, including theses, publications from the law societies and associations, including legal education materials, and popular legal works and public legal education materials, including audio-visual materials.

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (ILS RR K 33 .I525 & Langdell Reference K 33 .I525)

The Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP) provides citations to articles about foreign, comparative and international law from 1985 to the present. Materials indexed include articles from 450 journals, congressional reports, chapters in books, yearbooks, and book reviews. Materials in all languages are included. Greek, Cyrillic, and East Asian vernacular are Romanized and Arabic and Hebrew titles are translated into English or French. Articles about the legal systems of the U.S., the British Isles, and the British Commonwealth are not included. IFLP is also available in print in the Library at ILS RR K 33 .I525 and Reference K 33 .I525. (Print coverage begins in 1960.) (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Index to Legal Periodicals & Books

Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (1981 to present)
Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective (1908-1981)
Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (LexisNexis)
Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (Westlaw)
Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (Langdell Reference K 33 .I54 & ILS RR K33 .I54)

The Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (ILP) provides citations to articles in over 800 legal periodicals such as law reviews, bar association journals, yearbooks, institutes, and government publications from August 1981 to the present. In 1994, ILP began indexing legal books and now includes approximately 2,000 per year. The Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective (ILPR) indexes over 750 legal periodicals and covers the period 1908-1981.Geographical coverage includes the United States, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland and New Zealand. ILP is also available through LexisNexis and Westlaw and in print in the Library at Reference K 33 .I54 and ILS RR K 33 .I54. Print coverage begins in 1926. See Jones & Chipman for coverage of 1786-1922 and print coverage up to 1937. Access to ILP is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Access to ILPR is controlled by Harvard University ID and PIN.

International Law in Domestic Courts

International Law in Domestic Courts

International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC), from Oxford University Press, is a regularly updated repository of domestic cases in international law from over 65 jurisdictions dating from 2000 to the present. Cases are selected by local reporters in conjunction with the ILDC editorial board. The full-text of each judgment is included in its original language along with a translation of key passages into English. Each case report includes an expert commentary. Search full-text by keyword or browse by jurisdiction, by key category or by an alphabetical listing of all cases. Access to ILDC is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

International Trade Reporter (BNA)

International Trade Reporter (BNA; volume 13, number 4, January 24, 1996 to present)
International Trade Reporter (LexisNexis; January 7, 1982 to present)
International Trade Reporter (Westlaw; volume 3, January 6, 1986 to present)
International Trade Reporter (Print Archive)
Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)
Subscribe to Email News Alerts & Updates (Registration required)

The International Trade Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes legal, legislative and regulatory actions taken by the international and foreign commerce communities. The International Trade Reporter covers domestic and foreign trade policy as well as U.S. legislation, regulation and judicial action affecting international commerce. The International Trade Reporter is published every Thursday except the Thursdays of Labor Day and Christmas week. Coverage from volume 13, number 4, January 24, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis from January 7, 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 3, January 6, 1986 to present. Access to the International Trade Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Internet Law & Regulation

Internet Law & Regulation

Pike & Fischer's Internet Law & Regulation provides access to Internet-related legal materials including cases, statutes, regulations, rulings from governmental agencies and private organizations, and treaties. Also included are selected forms, pleadings, motions, and briefs. Internet Law & Regulation reports on recent developments in Internet law including commentary, analysis, and perspective from leading experts. Internet Law & Regulation is organized into topical chapters or subject areas. Each chapter includes an overview written by an expert in the field, commentaries on recent developments, relevant primary law materials, selected pleadings, motions, and briefs, and a topical digest with headnotes. In addition, Internet Law & Regulation is organized into several broad categories of resource types: Analysis & Perspective, Laws & Policy, Cases, Pleadings, Motions, Briefs, and Case Digests. Internet Law & Regulation provides a search template allowing you to search its contents by keyword or phrase and further allows you to narrow your search to selected topics, document types, the digest, and the internet regulation alert archive. Access to Internet Law & Regulation is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

Jones & Chipman's Index to Legal Periodical Literature

Jones & Chipman's Index to Legal Periodical Literature
Jones & Chipman's Index to Legal Periodical Literature (Langdell Reference K 33 .I53)

Jones & Chipman's Index to Legal Periodical Literature covers the content of about 235 British legal periodicals and 67 Law Report titles from 1786-1922. It is available through 19th Century Masterfile, a collection of indexes covering 19th century periodicals and newspapers. Jones & Chipman is also available in print in the Library at Reference K 33 .I53. (Print coverage includes up to 1937.) (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

JSTOR

JSTOR

JSTOR, a not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to the development of a digital library in support of the arts and sciences. JSTOR comprises the full-text of more than 200 academic journals covering a very wide range of disciplines. JSTOR allows browsing by issue and full-text searching by discipline, by individual titles, or of the entire collection. Coverage of a journal begins with its first volume. However, current volumes are embargoed for a period of 1 to 7 years and are unavailable on JSTOR. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Labor & Employment Law Library (BNA)

Labor & Employment Law Library (BNA)
Labor & Employment Law Library (LexisNexis)
Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)
Subscribe to Email Highlights & Updates (Registration required)

The Labor & Employment Law Library, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes developments in labor and employment law, disabilities law, collective bargaining and wage settlements. The Labor & Employment Law Library provides access to Fair Employment Cases; Disabilities Cases; Individual Employment Rights Cases; Wages, Hours, & Leave Cases; Arbitration Decisions; Labor Cases; and NLRB Decisions. The Labor & Employment Law Library includes Federal and state laws, regulations and agency documents. Access to the Labor & Employment Law Library is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

LawMemo.com

LawMemo.com
LawMemo.com Password & Email Update Registration Form (HLS email username and password required)

LawMemo.com is an employment law current awareness service which includes a searchable case law database providing both summaries and the full text of decisions of state and federal courts from 1998 to the present. Case law updates are available through the weekly Employment Law Memo email update service (registration required). Access to LawMemo.com is limited to the Harvard Law School community and is controlled by your HLS email address and the LawMemo.com password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the LawMemo.com password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

LawTRIO Legal Looseleafs, Newsletters & CD-ROMS

LawTRIO

LawTRIO is a fully-searchable database indexing over 7,500 legal titles drawn from the Legal Looseleafs in Print, Legal Newsletters in Print and the Directory of Law-Related CD-ROMs publications. Use LawTRIO to locate legal looseleafs, newsletters and CD-ROMs useful to your research. The three LawTRIO publications are also available in print in the Library: Legal Looseleafs in Print (Reference Desk KF 1 .L43x) provides detailed information on over 3,600 looseleafs published by over 240 publishers; Legal Newsletters in Print (Reference Desk KF 1 .L44) lists over 2,200 legal, law-related, legislative or regulatory-related newsletters, bulletins and reporters published by over 850 publishers; and Directory of Law-Related CD-ROMs (ILS Reference Desk K 87 .D57) lists over 1,600 CD-ROMs by over 250 publishers in the areas of law, legislation and regulation. Access to LawTRIO is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

Lawyers USA

Lawyers USA

Lawyers USA bills itself as the national newspaper for the small firm lawyer and is well known for its coverage of emerging issues and trends in state law. Lawyers USA publishes legal newspapers for several states including Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Lawyers USA covers a wide range of topics of interest to the legal community including political and judicial developments, legislative activities, administrative actions, verdicts, settlements, and notable opinions, as well as attorney profiles and legal commentary. The Lawyers USA Archive provides access to articles and other materials from 1993 to the present. Current issues of Lawyers USA are available in the Lehmann Lounge located adjacent to the Langdell circulation desk. Although some content is free, access to much of Lawyers USA is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Additional content and services may be controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Legal Journals Index

Legal Journals Index (Westlaw)
Legal Journals Index (Langdell Reference KD 59 .L44)

Legal Journals Index provides citations to articles in over 450 legal journals published in the United Kingdom and other European countries from 1986 to the present. Covers topics pertaining to the laws of the European Union and its member states. Online access via Westlaw. Citation includes an abstract and links to the full-text of the article and referenced cases when available. Also available in print in the Library at Reference KD 59 .L44.

Legal Portraits Online

Legal Portraits Online

Legal Portraits Online is a digitized collection of more than 4,000 portrait images of lawyers, jurists, political figures, and legal thinkers dating from the Middle Ages to the late 20th-century drawn from the Harvard Law School Legal Portrait Collection. These prints, drawings and photographs depict legal figures prominent in the Common Law as well as those associated with the Canon and Civil Law traditions.

LegalTrac

LegalTrac
Legal Resource Index (LexisNexis)
Legal Resource Index (Westlaw)
Current Law Index (Langdell Reference K 33 .C87)

LegalTrac provides citations to articles in over 1,000 legal periodicals published since 1980. LegalTrac covers law reviews, bar association journals, legal newspapers, and international legal journals. It also covers law-related articles from about 1,000 additional business and general interest titles. Geographical coverage includes the U.S., Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. Also available through LexisNexis and Westlaw where it is known as Legal Resource Index. Available in print in the library as the Current Law Index (Reference K 33 .C87). (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

LexisNexis

LexisNexis (sign on)
LexisNexis (home page)
Shepard's BriefCheck (automated cite-checking)
LexisNexis Account Registration
LexisNexis at HLS (account information)
LexisNexis & Westlaw Tutorial
LexisNexis & Westlaw Account Information (pdf)

LexisNexis provides online access to U.S. federal and state law sources as well as sources of international law and the laws of a growing number of other jurisdictions. Sources vary by jurisdiction, but may include constitutions, legislation, legislative history, statutory codes, regulations, regulatory materials, cases, case digests, citators, public records, law reviews, treatises, and general and legal news. The HLS contract with LexisNexis allows us to create accounts for law school faculty including visiting faculty, law school staff, and law school students currently enrolled in either law school classes or in an HLS-sponsored Harvard joint-degree program only. At its discretion, LexisNexis allows exceptions for HLS visitors including visiting scholars, researchers, and fellows of the law school and for cross-enrolled students taking a law school class. Exceptions are also usually made for law school faculty research assistants who are not law school students or staff. If you are not a member of the law school community, you will most likely be denied access. For more information on requesting an account, please see LexisNexis at HLS and LexisNexis & Westlaw Account Information. You will not be able to sign on to LexisNexis using your 7-digit activation code. Instead, use your activation code to register your account with LexisNexis. During registration, you will create a custom ID and password, which you will then use to access the LexisNexis services. Please contact the Langdell reference desk, 617-495-4516, if you have any questions regarding LexisNexis including access, accounts or training.

LexisNexis Congressional

LexisNexis Congressional

LexisNexis Congressional is a major source of information about the members of Congress and their legislative activities and a primary resource for accessing the many publications of the U.S. Congress from 1789 to present. LexisNexis Congressional provides coverage of Congressional publications including House and Senate Committee Reports, Committee Hearings, Committee Prints and Documents. LexisNexis Congressional provides extensive legislative histories for acts passed from 1969 to present. All Congressional publications from 1970 to present, except bills and resolutions and the Congressional Record, are available in a companion microfiche service located in the Langdell Microform Room beginning at Drawer 479. Pre-1970 Congressional publications are available in separate microfiche collections located in Lamont Library Government Documents. The CIS Serial Set (1789-1969) microfiche collection is located in the Langdell Microform Room beginning at Drawer 467. LexisNexis Congressional provides access to a digital collection of the United States Statutes at Large (1789 to present) and Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports (1916 to present). LexisNexis Congressional provides coverage of recent bills and bill-status, floor votes, Public Laws and the current U.S. Code. LexisNexis Congressional provides coverage of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). LexisNexis Congressional provides coverage of the Congressional Record and Rules of Congress. LexisNexis Congressional provides news coverage and issue analysis of the activities of Congress drawn from the Hill, Roll Call, the Washington Post and other national and regional news sources. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

LexisNexis Government Periodicals Index

LexisNexis Government Periodicals Index

LexisNexis Government Periodicals Index covers articles in approximately 170 current federal publications. It includes retrospective coverage through 1988 of over 70 additional federal publications that have major research, reference or general interest value. The index provides detailed access by subject and author. Government Periodicals Index covers the publications of federal departments and agencies responsible for fundamental societal concerns: business, agriculture, national security, the environment and natural resources, health and safety, food and nutrition, transportation, and more. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

LexisNexis State Capital

LexisNexis State Capital

LexisNexis State Capital affords extensive access to state legislation, administrative law, and commentary. Use this resource to retrieve the full text of bills, provisions of current state statutory codes and constitutions, presently in force adopted regulations appearing in current state administrative codes, adopted regulations as initially published in state registers, and proposed regulations as found in registers as well. Tracking reports of the status of bills and proposed regulations are also provided. LexisNexis State Capital can be consulted to access coverage of significant legislative issues and policies by state newspapers of record and other publications. In addition, current state legislative directory information and the Martindale-Hubbell Law Digest are included in this resource. The coverage commencement date for bills is 1991, for bill tracking, 1990. Proposed regulation tracking dates from 1991, and state register coverage variably dates from the mid to late 1990's. Retrospective coverage of state newspapers of record varies widely. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

LexisNexis Statistical

LexisNexis Statistical

LexisNexis Statistical indexes and abstracts the statistical content of selected United States government publications, state government publications, business and association publications, and intergovernmental publications. Coverage includes statistics published by the U.S. government from 1973, about 1000 statistical publications of private and state government sources from 1980, and about 2000 titles from international and intergovernmental organizations from 1983. Many items are available in full text, either by linking to an agency web site or in the database itself. Full-text documents are available in a variety of formats, including pdf, csv (comma separated value), xls (Microsoft Excel spreadsheet), and gif image. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

LLMC Digital

LLMC Digital

The LLMC Digital collection, produced by the Law Library Microform Consortium, includes both historical and current legal literature and government documents in full-text. It is organized into the following categories: Common Law Abroad-British Canada; Military Law; U.S. Federal-Executive; U.S. Federal-Legislative; U.S.-Federal-Judicial; and U.S. States-Michigan. Although LLMC Digital is in its early stage of development, it provides access to a significant amount of material from the United States federal legislative, executive and judicial branches. Eventually, LLMC plans to make available online its entire backfile of filmed materials, as well as all future filming. The LLMC web site provides updates on the progress of the project. For a list of collections and summaries of online holdings see Content Status Table. For a short title list, see Collections. See also the LLMC Digital Newsletters. The Law Library owns some LLMC microfiche collections. (See Microfiche Titles.) Search HOLLIS Catalog for specific titles. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Loislaw

Loislaw (Registration required)

Loislaw provides access to federal primary law as well as case law, statutory law, constitutions, administrative law, court rules, and other authority for all 50 states. To access Loislaw, you must first create an account by clicking the Register Here link and completing the account registration form. The HLS special access code is MALHA58 (case sensitive). Access to Loislaw is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926

Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926

The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926 is a digital collection of 19th and early-20th century legal treatises compiled largely from Harvard Law School Library Special Collections. Texts were selected by consulting a number of bibliographies, and a few advisors, including David Ferris, Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts. Making of Modern Law comprises over 21,000 fully searchable works from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries on British Commonwealth and American law, with 14,900 titles from the nineteenth century and 7,100 titles from the years 1900 to 1926. Making of Modern Law covers nearly every aspect of law, encompassing a range of analytical, theoretical, and practical literature, some very rare. The monographs and materials in Legal Treatises include casebooks, local practice manuals, books on legal form, works for lay readers, pamphlets, letters, and speeches. Other contributing libraries included Yale, York University in Toronto, and Columbia University. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs 1832-1978

Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs 1832-1978

The Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs 1832-1978 is a digital collection of more than 350,000 separate documents from over 150,000 Supreme Court cases. Search by keyword, author (counsel or organization), case name, court term year and document filing date, and U.S. Reports citation. U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs is derived from the collections of the Jenkins Memorial Law Library in Philadelphia and Library of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Document types include Appellant's Brief; Appellee's Brief; Application for Review; Application for Writ; Brief in Opposition; Brief of Real Party; Intervenor's Brief; Jurisdictional Statement; Letter Brief; Opposition for Review; Oral Transcript; Petition; Petition for Rehearing; Petitioner's Brief; Petition for Writ of Certiorari; Relator's Brief; Supplement to Petition; and Transcript. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (LexisNexis, 2004 to present)

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly is the leading legal newspaper for Massachusetts and is well known for its coverage of the business and practice of law in Massachusetts. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly covers a wide range of topics of interest to the Massachusetts legal community including political and judicial developments, legislative activities, administrative actions, verdicts & settlements, and notable opinions, as well as attorney, firm and judicial profiles and legal commentary. The Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Archive provides access to articles and other materials from 1993 to the present. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly is also available on LexisNexis from 2004 to the present. Current issues of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly are available in the Lehmann Lounge located adjacent to the Langdell circulation desk and at the Langdell reference desk. Back issues are available on microfilm in the Microform Room in drawer 799. Although some content is free, access to much of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Additional content and services may be controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Massachusetts Social Law Library Online Databases

Massachusetts Social Law Library Online Databases

The Massachusetts Social Law Library Online Databases provide access to Massachusetts statutes, regulations, judicial opinions, and court rules as well as access to Massachusetts administrative rulings. Access to the Massachusetts Social Law Library Online Databases is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community.

Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal (BNA)

Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal (BNA; volume 51, number 1265, February 15, 1996)
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal (LexisNexis; January 1982 to present)
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal (Westlaw; volume 31, number 761, January 2, 1986)
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal (Print Archive)
Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)
Subscribe to Email News Alerts & Updates (Registration required)

The Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes the legal, regulatory and legislative developments affecting copyright, patent, trademark and unfair competition law. The Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal is published weekly except the weeks of July 4th and Labor Day and the last week in December. Coverage from volume 51, number 1265, February 15, 1996. Coverage on LexisNexis from January 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 18, January 3, 1986 to present. Access to the Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

RIA Checkpoint

RIA Checkpoint (IP login)
RIA Checkpoint (Off-campus login)

RIA Checkpoint provides a common web interface to numerous RIA tax and accounting publications. RIA Checkpoint will be familiar to Westlaw users. RIA Checkpoint organizes resources under two tabs: Research and Newsstand. The Research tab provides access to materials in several practice areas including: Federal, State & Local, Estate Planning, Pension & Benefits, International, and Payroll. Once you have selected a practice area, you may access materials by browsing the table of contents or by citation and keyword search. Search or browse topical indexes from multiple publications by clicking the Index link. Several additional research methods are provided including the very useful Form/Line Finder. Advanced search functions include Boolean and proximity connectors, the Thesaurus/Query Tool, and pre-designed templates for citation searches, State and Local research, and Tax Treaty information.

Go to the Newsstand tab for quick access to various RIA journals and newsletters including: RIA Tax Watch, Federal Taxes Weekly Alert, Cummings’ Corporate Tax Insights, State and Local Taxes Weekly, International Taxes Weekly, Pamela D. Perdue's Pension & Benefits Update, Pension and Benefits Week, Howard Zaritsky's Estate Planning Update, Estate Planners Alert, Payroll Guide Newsletter, and Corporate Finance Weekly Alert. For most journals, links are provided to articles from a preview of the upcoming issue as well as the current and prior issues. In addition, an entire issue may downloaded in pdf format. Click the WG&L Journal Previews link to read upcoming articles from the following journals: Corporate Taxation (WG&L), Journal of Taxation, Journal of Multistate Taxation and Incentives, Journal of International Taxation, and Practical Tax Strategies.

Click the Help link located in the upper-right corner of the screen for detailed help. See the comprehensive RIA Checkpoint User Guide (pdf) for additional information. Certain personal customization features such as Options and My Folders are not available under our subscription plan. Access to RIA Checkpoint is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password. Please visit the Langdell reference desk in person or email Langdell Reference if you need assistance with off-campus access. Please use your HLS email account and include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Securities Regulation & Law Report (BNA)

Securities Regulation & Law Report (BNA; volume 28, number 5, February 2, 1996 to present)
Securities Regulation & Law Report (LexisNexis; volume 14, January 06, 1982 to present)
Securities Regulation & Law Report (Westlaw; volume 18, January 3, 1986 to present)
Securities Regulation & Law Report (Print Archive)
Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)
Subscribe to Email News Alerts & Updates (Registration required)

The Securities Regulation & Law Report, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on regulatory, legal and legislative developments affecting the regulation of securities and futures trading, commodities and accounting at the federal and state level. The Securities Regulation & Law Report tracks the activities of the SEC, the CFTC, FASB, industry, professional associations, courts and Congress. The Securities Regulation & Law Report is published weekly except the weeks following Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Coverage from volume 28, number 5, February 2, 1996 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis from volume 14, January 06, 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 18, January 3, 1986 to present. Access to the Securities Regulation & Law Report is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

Senate Executive Journal

Senate Executive Journals, Series I, 1789-1866 (Archive of Americana)
Senate Executive Journal (American Memory; 1st-43rd Congress, 1789-1875)

Senate Executive Journals, Series I, 1789-1866, a component of the Readex Archive of Americana, is a digital collection of the Executive Journal of the United States Senate covering the 1st Congress through the first session of the 39th Congress. The Executive Journal records Senate executive proceedings related to the confirmation of Presidential nominees and consenting to treaties. The Senate Executive Journal is also available through American Memory. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

SSRN The Social Science Research Network

SSRN The Social Science Research Network

SSRN provides access to new scholarship including working papers in accounting, economics, financial economics, law, and management. Search by author and by title and abstract keywords. Most papers are available for download in pdf format. SSRN requires you to register in order to download articles. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

TRACfed

TRACfed
TRACfed Off-Campus Username & Password (HLS email username and password required)

The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) is a data gathering, data research and data distribution organization associated with Syracuse University. TRAC's purpose is to provide with comprehensive information about federal staffing, spending, and the enforcement activities of the federal government. TRACfed provides a wide range of information about federal enforcement activities as well as detailed information about federal staffing, federal funds, and the diverse characteristics of counties, federal districts, and states. TRACfed data is organized into several modules including: Criminal Enforcement, Civil Enforcement, Administrative Enforcement, People & staffing, Money (Federal Funds), and Community Context. Access to TRACfed is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

U.S. Congressional Serial Set

U.S. Congressional Serial Set, 1817-1980 (Archive of Americana)
U.S. Congressional Serial Set (American Memory; selected documents, 23rd-64th Congress, 1833-1917)

The U.S. Congressional Serial Set, 1817-1980, a component of the Readex Archive of Americana, is a digital collection of reports, documents and journals of U.S. Congress. The U.S. Congressional Serial Set constitutes an incomparably rich collection of primary source material on all aspects of American history. Use this resource for researching political history, military history, explorations, social history, ethnic history, genealogy, cultural history, international relations, commerce and industrial development. The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is available on microfiche in the Langdell Microform Room beginning at Drawer 467. The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is also available through American Memory. (Harvard University ID and PIN required.)

United States Law Week (BNA)

U.S. Law Week (BNA; volume 66, number 1, July 1, 1997 to present)
U.S. Law Week (LexisNexis; volume 52, February 1982 to present)
U.S. Law Week (Westlaw; volume 54, January 1986 to present)
U.S. Law Week (Print Archive)
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United States Law Week (USLW), published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on and analyzes federal and state cases. USLW sections include: Summary & Analysis, Analysis & Perspective, Legal News, Conference Report, and Electronic Resources. USLW's Supreme Court Today provides a continuously updated Supreme Court database, including case summaries and histories, questions presented before the court, argument summaries, full text opinions and end-of-term roundups. USLW is published weekly except for the last week of July, the first week of September, and the last week of December. Coverage from volume 66, number 1, July 1, 1997 to present. Coverage on LexisNexis from volume 52, February 1982 to present. Coverage on Westlaw from volume 54, January 1986 to present. Access to the USLW is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library (BNA)

United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library (BNA)
United States Patents Quarterly (LexisNexis)
United States Patents Quarterly (Westlaw)
United States Patents Quarterly (Print Archive)
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The United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), provides a comprehensive collection of court decisions and administrative rulings affecting intellectual property law. The United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library provides the full text of all decisions reported in the United States Patents Quarterly from 1929 to the present. The section on Intellectual Property Laws contains Title 35, Patents, Title 17, Copyrights, and Chapters 22, Trademarks and 63, Technology Innovation of Title 15 of the U.S. Code. The section on Intellectual Property Regulations contains Title 37, Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights of the Code of Federal Regulations. Also included is Patents and the Federal Circuit (7th. Ed.) by Robert L. Harmon. Access to the United States Patents Quarterly Intellectual Property Library is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

VersusLaw

VersusLaw
VersusLaw Law School Program Registration

VersusLaw provides online access to U.S. federal and state primary law sources as well as Native American Tribal Court opinions. In order to access VersusLaw, you must register for the VersusLaw Law School Program.

Westlaw

Westlaw (sign on)
Westlaw (home page)
WestCheck (automated cite-checking)
Westlaw Account Registration
Westlaw at HLS (account information)
LexisNexis & Westlaw Tutorial
LexisNexis & Westlaw Account Information (pdf)

Westlaw provides online access to U.S. federal and state law sources as well as sources of international law and the laws of a growing number of other jurisdictions. Sources vary by jurisdiction, but may include constitutions, legislation, legislative history, statutory codes, regulations, regulatory materials, cases, case digests, citators, public records, law reviews, treatises and general and legal news. The HLS contract with Westlaw allows us to create accounts for law school faculty including visiting faculty, law school staff, and law school students currently enrolled in either law school classes or in an HLS-sponsored Harvard joint-degree program only. At its discretion, Westlaw allows exceptions for HLS visitors including visiting scholars, researchers, and fellows of the law school and for cross-enrolled students taking a law school class. Exceptions are also usually made for law school faculty research assistants who are not law school students or staff. If you are not a member of the law school community, you will most likely be denied access. For more information on requesting an account, please see Westlaw at HLS and LexisNexis & Westlaw Account Information. Westlaw requires all users to register their accounts. During registration, users have the opportunity to create an optional custom username and password. Accounts not registered within six weeks of the day first used will automatically deactivate. Please contact the Langdell reference desk, 617-495-4516, if you have any questions regarding Westlaw including access, accounts or training.

White Collar Crime Report (BNA)

White Collar Crime Report (BNA; volume 1, February 3, 2006 to present)
White Collar Crime Report (Westlaw; volume 1, February 3, 2006 to present)
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The White Collar Crime Report, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments relating to the prosecution and defense of white collar crime, in all types of cases from across the country. The White Collar Crime Report tracks litigation and other legal developments involving white collar crime cases in all federal courts, and significant legal developments in state courts, as well as actions taken and policies issued by the Justice Department and U.S. Sentencing Commission. The White Collar Crime Report is published biweekly. Coverage from volume 1, number 1, February 3, 2006 to present. Access to the White Collar Crime Report is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.

WTO Reporter (BNA)

WTO Reporter (BNA)
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The WTO Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), reports on the activities of the World Trade Organization. The WTO Reporter provides critical details on the progress of all major cases taken to the WTO as well as the progress of multilateral trade negotiations, negotiating positions of parties, policy decisions, dispute settlement activities, accession of new members, and reactions of countries to major developments. The WTO Reporter is published each business day. Access to the WTO Reporter is controlled by HLS IP address and is limited to the Harvard Law School community. Off-campus access is controlled by username and password (HLS email username and password required to access this page). You may also obtain the off-campus username and password by visiting the Langdell reference desk in person or by emailing Langdell Reference using your HLS email account. Please include your full name and position in the text of your message.


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