Although many of the library's digital resources are restricted to students, staff, and faculty, there are several alternatives for members of the public researching online.
Westlaw is a database that provides case law, statutes, regulations, legal articles, and other primary and secondary sources. Click here to access Westlaw (must register with an email not previously associated with Westlaw, use limited to 14 days after registration and 20 hours total).
For research help, please contact the library's reference department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to the closure of the library to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, all physical library materials are temporarily unavailable.
Many libraries offer free legal research guides, which provide alternatives to resources only accessible in the library.
Google Scholar contains a comprehensive collection of state and federal court opinions (select "Case Law" under the search bar).