Labour Law Research.net
A clearinghouse to advance research in labour law, to facilitate the dissemination of research work and to encourage the open discussion of scholarship and ideas in the field of labour law. All labour law scholars are welcome to join.
Latin American newsletters from 1967 to the present.
Law and Financial Markets Review
"The Law and Financial Markets Review is a new, independent, English language journal devoted to providing high quality information, comment and analysis for lawyers specialising in banking and financial market issues and to others with interests in legal and regulatory developments affecting the financial markets."
Law 360 provides news and analysis on business law and legal practice areas, including intellectual property, white-collar crime, contracts, class actions and financial services. Subscribers can sign up to receive email alerts on specific companies, litigation and government agencies.
English-language translations of Chinese law. Includes Chinese laws and regulations, cases, scholarly articles and topical news.
LawTrio Law Publications Database
LawTRIO is a fully searchable bibliographic database of over 7,500 legal titles combined from three of our print directories. The titles come in three formats: looseleaf (from Legal Looseleafs in Print, newsletter (from Legal Newsletters in Print), and CD-ROM (from Directory of Law Related CD-ROMs).
Leadership Library on the Internet
Also known as the "Yellow Books," the Leadership Directories contain the most up-to-date organizational and contact information for the fourteen areas they cover: Congressional, Federal, Federal Regional, State, Municipal, Judicial, Corporate, Financial, News Media, Associations, Law Firms, Government Affairs, Foreign Representatives, and the Nonprofit Sector.
A legal newspaper covering the legal profession and legal topics in the Washington, DC region.
The most comprehensive current legal periodicals index. Covers law reviews, bar journals, and legal newspapers. Provides coverage from 1980.
Legislative Histories of Selected U.S. Laws on the Internet
List of selected federal public laws with links to their compiled legislative histories on the Internet. Separate lists for compiled histories available at public and commercial (HeinOnline, LexisNexis, Westlaw) sites. From the Law Librarians' Society of DC (LLSDC).
"Legisprudence aims at contributing to the improvement of legislation by studying the processes of legislation from the perspective of legal theory."
Lexis Tax Center
FROM LEXISNEXIS MENU, select Taxation topic under Area of Law By Topic, then LexisNexis Tax Center. Everything related to tax research in one place. Internal Revenue Code; tax regulations; tax cases; IRS rulings, notices and pronouncements; legislative history and analysis.
Comprehensive full-text coverage of law, business and news sources, including periodicals.
Access to a wide range of news, business, legal, and reference information for those without access to the full LexisNexis.
Same-day publication of over 400 English- and foreign-language newspapers and magazines. Sixty-day backrun.
Libweb Library Websites
Collection of library websites worldwide, including library catalogs. From Libweb at U.C. Berkeley.
Digital images of federal and state government materials, primarily administrative agency decisions and court decisions.
Web-based legal research journal that highlights online resources. Includes excellent research guides on many legal topics, including foreign law research guides.
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