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Law Library - Databases by Subject  

A list of databases organized by subject for legal research. An asterisk (*) indicates that the database is limited to law faculty, staff and students.
Last Updated: Apr 7, 2014 URL: http://guides.ou.edu/lawdatabasesbysubject Print Guide RSS Updates

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The library is willing to conduct training or provide help with these databases.  Contact Joel Wegemer at jwegemer@ou.edu or call the Reference Desk for immediate assistance at 405-325-5268.


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  • bepress Legal Repository
    The bepress Legal Repository is a network of law-related research materials. Law schools, research units, institutes, centers, think tanks, conferences, and other subject-appropriate groups post materials to working paper series, journals and institutional repositories. Users can search journals and working paper series or browse content by institution, subject, or author. Also supports customized e-mail or RSS alerts and e-mailed tables of contents.
  • Bloomberg BNA
    BNA is the foremost publisher of print and electronic news, analysis, and reference products, providing intensive coverage of legal and regulatory developments for professionals in business and government. Decision-makers in many fields turn to BNA for detailed, up-to-the-minute news and information on the ever-shifting landscape of laws and regulations that influence business decisions.
  • Bloomberg Law*
    Provides access to primary law and regulations as well as legal news and analysis. Also includes treatises published by BNA, ABA, and PLI. OU Law faculty and students can obtain access by setting up an account on the Bloomberg Law home page. Click on the link to "Register for a Law School Account."
  • CCH Intelliconnect
    Contains the full-text of treatises, journals, newsletters, and primary law on the following topics – Tax Law, Corporate Governance, Securities, Mergers & Acquisitions, International Business, Banking, Antitrust, Trade Regulation, Products Liability, Intellectual Property, Federal Energy Guidelines, Transportation Law.
  • Fastcase
    A user-friendly, full-text legal database that offers access to federal and state case law, statutes, regulations, constitutions, and court rules.
  • HeinOnline
    is an expanding collection of legal information including legal journals, U.S. Supreme Court Cases, Treaties/Agreements and more. HeinOnLine provides the scanned page images of legal journals so that the user can view the page as it originally appeared in hardcopy. HeinOnLine has the Oklahoma Law Review and the American Indian Law Review online. Coverage of the Oklahoma Law Review begins in 1948 and coverage of the American Indian Law Review begins in 1973. Remote access is available to students and faculty.
  • Law Journal Press
    Provides select legal treatises in PDF format.
  • LexisNexis Academic Universe
    Provides access to the full-text of all federal and state case law and statutes. In addition, LexisNexis contains regulatory law, legislative histories, law journals, and a wide range of news, business, legal, medical, and reference databases.
  • LexisNexis - Public Access
    Provides public access to the LexisNexis legal database which includes full-text access to all federal and state case law, statutes, and regulations. Patrons must use the database at a workstation located within the Law Library near the Reference Desk. There is no charge to access this service. Please contact a Reference Librarian for additional details.
  • LexisNexis for Law Students and Faculty*
    Contains all U.S. federal and state primary law sources, legal journals, newspapers, public records, and over 1,000 legal treatises.
  • Loislaw
    Provides access to legal treatises and primary law from Wolters Kluwer.
  • OU Databases by Subject
    The University of Oklahoma Libraries provide access to databases, E-Journals and other resources through Library Online Resource Access. LORA currently provides university-wide access to over 14,000 resources.
  • Westlaw - Public Access
    The Law Library provides public access to the Westlaw legal databases. Westlaw includes full-text access to all federal and state case law, statutes, and regulations. It also includes legal forms, encyclopedias, and more. Patrons must use one of the three terminals located within the Law Library near the Reference Desk. There is no charge to access this service. Please contact a Reference Librarian for additional details.
  • Westlaw for Law Students and Faculty*
    Contains all U.S. federal and state primary law sources, legal journals, newspapers, public records, and over 2,000 legal treatises.
  • WorldCat
    A catalog of more than 50,000 academic libraries world-wide
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