Call Number: GOV'T & LAW REF KF154 .W47 2005 v.1-12
Short articles on legal topics and major laws and court decisions. Use index volume to find specific topics and laws. Index also includes a Table of Cases Cited section to find mentions of specific court cases.
Call Number: GOV'T & LAW REF US REF Serial Set 14152
Extensive commentary on each Article and Amendment of the constitution with references to Supreme Court decisions.
United States Law Week
Call Number: GOV'T & LAW LAW K25 .N47
General law volume summarizes significant cases and legal news each week. Supreme court volume includes articles previewing the upcoming term and reviewing the previous term. Index at the end of each volume. There is no overall index. Covers 1966 - .
United States Supreme Court Decisions: An Index to Excerpts, Reprints, and Discussions
Law reviews (journals) are the default search setting. See also Legal News sources by choosing the "sources" tab. clink on the "Legal News" category, scroll to the titles beginning "Legal News" to select group files. Approx. coverage is 1980's forward.
Full text of the complete run of New York Times from 1851 to three years ago, with page images, individual articles, ads, and illustrations in PDF format. Includes, and is searchable by, advertisements, cartoons, photos, maps, etc., and articles.
The King Reference and book collections contain many books on constitutional laws, on the Supreme Court, and on other specific law topics that may discuss major laws and court decisions. Check the library catalog for these.
Journal Article Indices
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