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Answered By: Mindy Kent
Last Updated: Jun 15, 2016     Views: 479


Harvard Law School Library can only provide passwords to these databases to our current faculty, staff and students, however the following databases provide access to much of the same material

Westlaw Public Terminal (onsite only)

Visitors to the Library may access a selection of Westlaw databases via our Westlaw patron terminal, located near the reference desk on the fourth floor of the Law Library. The patron terminal provides access to, among other things, statutes, cases, law reviews, the KeyCite citator and some secondary works. 

LexisNexis Academic:

The legal component of LexisNexis Academic includes comprehensive, current legal information. This consists of federal and state case law, statues, secondary sources such as law reviews, and state legal materials. 

Bloomberg Terminal (on site only)

Visitors to the Library can use the Bloomberg terminal, located near the reference desk on the fourth floor of the Law Library. The Bloomberg terminal provides access to many of the same legal databases available via BloombergLaw, including dockets and court filings. 

Other sources:


Please consult with the reference desk for possible other sources for legal research.

 

 

Answered by Mindy Kent
Last Updated: Jun 15, 2016     Views: 479