Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law. It is strongly recommended that you contact an attorney for advice specific to your situation. If you have questions about anything in this guide, please ask a librarian.
Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
AILALink is a fully searchable, immigration law research website from the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Available AILA publications include, Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, Essentials of Immigration Law, AILA's Asylum Primer and many others. This database also provides access to primary source materials for immigration law.
The library offers access to a wide variety of e-books and databases with legal information. Our e-book collection includes various practice guides, legal treatises, and self-help materials that can be borrowed and read in your Web browser or on an e-reader like a Kindle or an iPad. Our legal databases provide access to downloadable legal forms, case law, law review articles, and other legal information. Use the links on this page to access our e-books and legal databases.
This database provides coverage of case law, statutes, constitutions, regulations, court rules, attorney general opinions, administrative opinions and orders for all state and federal jurisdictions. You can also search HeinOnline law reviews, newspaper abstracts, federal filings and treatises in the Loislaw Libraries.
This database contains e-books from the Gale Virtual Reference Library. E-books in this collection are the American Law Yearbook, the Bill of Rights, the Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America, Gale Encyclopedia of American Law, National Survey of State Laws, Veterans' Benefits: A Guide to State Programs and West's Encyclopedia of American Law.
Provides full-text access to many legal journals, periodicals, government documents, and other legal titles. Some of the titles included are the U.S. Statutes at Large (1789 to present), Federal Register (1936 to present), Code of Federal Regulations, United States Code, English Reports (1220-1865), and U. S. Reports (1754-2004).
National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) publishes books on consumer law, including fair debt collection practices, truth in lending, foreclosure, and class actions, which have accompanying materials available electronically. Documents such as pleadings, forms, statutes, regulations, agency interpretations, and legislative and regulatory history are available and can be found by browsing through a title’s table of contents or by searching for specific topics or types of documents. Also available are the NCLC eReports containing the latest consumer law developments.