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State Reports: A Historical Archive

The Law Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new database – State Reports: A Historical Archive. State Reports provides researchers with a convenient state-by-state bibliographic guide to published court reports for all 50 states and links to the full-text of the state reports in HeinOnline when available. Connection

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More Access to JSTOR Titles

The Law Library is pleased to announce that, through collaboration with the LSU Libraries, our access to JSTOR titles has tripled with the addition of six new collections. Law Center students, faculty and staff now have access to Arts & Sciences VI, Arts & Sciences VIII, Arts & Sciences IX, Arts & Sciences X, Arts […]

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Introducing Stack Map

The law library is pleased to announce the addition of Stack Map to the library’s catalog. Stack Map provides an easy way to see exactly where in the library a book is located. Once you’ve found an item in the library catalog, click on the   icon next to the call number and location and […]

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Library Orientation Audio Tour

1Ls: We have created an audio tour of the law library to introduce you to many of the resources and services available. To access the tour, download the audio files below – feel free to download these files before the IT & Library Orientation session on Friday morning. There is no particular order that you […]

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Library Reading Room Closure

The Law Library Main Reading Room will be closed from noon to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 14 for the Student Organization Fair. During this time, patrons are asked to use the upper floors of the Library.

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ProQuest Statistical Abstract

The Law Library would like to announce the addition of a new database, The ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the United States. Statistical Abstract is the authoritative and comprehensive summary of statistics on the social, political, and economic conditions of the United States and an invaluable resource for interdisciplinary legal research.   Connection

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Summer Access to Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance & Westlaw

Bloomberg Law – returning students have unlimited summer access to Bloomberg Law for academic OR work purposes and graduating students have unlimited access to Bloomberg Law for 6 months after graduation. To register for a Bloomberg Law account go to http://about.bloomberglaw.com/lawschools/overview/  (you do not need an activation code to sign up) Lexis Advance – returning […]

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LibX

The Law Library would like to announce the creation of the LSU Law Library LibX browser extension for Chrome and Firefox.  Once installed, you will see a new icon next to your browser’s search bar. With LibX you can: Search the Law Library catalog, the LSU Libraries catalog, Google Scholar, HeinOnline, LegalTrac and more Re-load pages to authenticate for […]

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LawAfrica

The Law Library would like to highlight a very unique resource, LawAfrica.  LawAfrica is a database which provides access to selected full text case law for East Africa (including Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania). It includes the following areas to search: LawAfrica Law Reports, Digest on Civil Case Law & Procedure, The East Africa Law Reports, East […]

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Access World News

The Law Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new database, Access World News. Access World News is “the most comprehensive collection of full-text newspapers globally, Access World News provides extensive coverage at any level—local, state, regional, national and international. This fully searchable Web-based resource features the vast majority of the top U.S. […]

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