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Provides access to over 700 law-related journals. Each journal includes all issues going back to the first issue published, but many have a embargo date for the most recent issues. Go to advanced search and select 'Law' or 'General Law' from the subject list below the search boxes. Click on the arrow to the right of the checkbox to see a list of titles and dates or to select specific titles to search.
ABI/Inform complete includes a wide-range of materials full-text articles from journals, trade publications, and news sources such as the Wall Street Journal. The database also contains specialized information such as company profiles, market information and analysis, economic data, working papers, and business dissertations.
Business Source Premier is a good, all-around database that provides access to variety of content, including journals, newspapers, trade publications SWOT analyses, industry reports, and more. You can limit your search by company name or NAICS code. You can also set up alerts to let you know if new information is published on your company or topic.
Includes information about individual companies and industries from a variety of sources including: scholarly journal and trade magazines, news sources, company profiles, industry rankings, product information, SWOT analyses, business associations, and more. You can search by subject, company name/ticker symbol, or by NAICS code or description. Includes information on U.S. as well as international companies.
Provides access to almost 1500 journals related to business. Each journal includes all issues going back to the first issue published, but many have a embargo date for the most recent issues. Go to advanced search and select 'Business & Economics' or a more specific topic such as 'Marketing' from the subject list below the search boxes. Click on the arrow to the right of the checkbox to see a list of titles and dates or to select specific titles to search.
The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History is a comprehensive, international, interdisciplinary reference work that includes approximately 1,000 articles on all aspects of legal history throughout the world from ancient to modern times. Articles deal with private law, public law,and constitutional/higher law throughout the world and are written and signed by one of the many noteworthy contributors, which include major scholars and experts. For years, scholars have been investigating the remote origins of their respective national and religious law. Only recently has there been a developing interest in and study of the history of law in modern times. This encyclopedia will bring together the study of ancient law with the study ofmodern law-examining statutes and administrative rulings as well as judicial decisions, legislatures, agencies, and courts. The Encyclopedia will cover ancient, medieval, early modern, and modern law in eight legal traditions and geographical/cultural areas: Ancient Greek Law, Ancient Roman Law, Chinese Law, English Common Law, Islamic Law, Medieval Roman Law, United States Law, and law in other regions (Africa, LatinAmerica, and South Asia among them). It will address major categories of law within these traditions, including private law (contract, tort, civil procedure), varieties of public law (criminal law, administrative law, statutory law), and higher law/ constitutional law. It will be the firstencyclopedia of law to provide historical and contemporary comparisons of world legal systems.
Oxford Scholarship Online is an online resource that aggregates ebooks from Oxford University Press. It is updated on a regular basis. The Oxford Scholarship Online Law Collection contains publications ranging from the foundations of legal history and philosophy to analytic and comparative work on legal doctrine and empirical research on law in modern society. Subtopics include: Constitutional and Administrative Law; Criminal Law and Criminology; Human Rights Law; and Intellectual Property, IT, and Media Law.