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. Also provides access to Fastcase. Remote access is available to students and faculty.
ProQuest. Contains fully searchable PDF images of full-text publications generated in the course of congressional lawmaking. Content includes the Public Law text, all versions of enacted and related bills, Congressional Record excerpts, and committee hearings, reports and documents.
Contains U.S. federal and state primary law sources, legal journals, newspapers, public records, and over 1,000 legal treatises. For Law School Community Use Only. Members of the public should use Nexis Uni while on campus.
A collection of study aids for law student from the LexisNexis Digital Library. The collection includes titles from the Understanding series, Mastering series, Questions & Answers series, and publications from Carolina Academic Press.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Law.com is the industry-leading media platform powering over 18 online U.S. national and regional award-winning legal publications that deliver news, rankings, reports, and strategy all designed with one purpose in mind: to give you the competitive intelligence to prepare for today and anticipate opportunities for future success.
The Journal Record is an award-winning daily general business and legal publication that includes a daily print newspaper and a 24/7 website. Both focus on local and statewide business trends and in-depth stories that convey the voice of the Oklahoma business community.
Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) Reports
Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) Reports, hosted by Syracuse University, provides comprehensive, independent, and nonpartisan information about federal enforcement, spending, and staff. Includes U.S. immigration data as well as data related to enforcement, prosecutions and other actions taken by the ATF, DEA, FBI, and the IRS. TRAC Reports is available to OU Law students, faculty, and staff within the IP range of the OU College of Law.