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Bloomberg Law provides access to federal and state court opinions, dockets and practice material, including Bloomberg Law Reports and books. Log in with your L&C Law School Bloomberg Law account. Don't have one? Contact the Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
The CALI Library of Lessons is a collection of over 950 interactive, computer-based lessons covering more than 40 legal education subject areas available to students at member law schools only. Click here for registration instructions.
Lexis is a legal research platform that provides access to primary and secondary sources, including state and federal cases and statutes, news, a powerful citator, and treatises. Lewis & Clark law school students, faculty and staff should contact Meredith Kostek for registration instructions.
The place to start when you have a public law citation and need all related full-text legislative history documents from the 1st Congress (1789) to the 116th Congress (2019), including bills, reports, hearings, documents and more. Also search for individual documents by number.
With 10,000+ titles and more than 2 million pages, this collection brings together thousands of diverse publications related to the history, glory, might, and daily nitty-gritty of administrating America's fighting forces.
NOMOS is the annual yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. The ASPLP was begun in 1955 by Carl Friedrich to bring together a group of political scientists, philosophers and law scholars interested in exploring legal and political philosophy outside of their home disciplines. The main activity of the society is its annual meeting held on a topic chosen in advance by the ASPLP membership, at which three papers, one from each of the participating disciplines, are presented. The society publishes these papers, along with formal commentary and invited additional essays, in the NOMOS volumes.
The Open Society Justice Initiative, part of the Open Society Foundations, was established in 2003 to provide expert legal support for Open Society’s broader mission and values through strategic human rights litigation and other legal work. Included within HeinOnline's Social Justice Suite, this database brings the Justice Initiative’s scholarship to HeinOnline, providing access to works published by the Justice Initiative in HeinOnline’s fully searchable, image-based format. Unique to this collection is the ability to search by Publication Type, a publication identifier assigned by the Justice Initiative to each of its publications, which organizes their works into the following types: Briefing Paper; Publication; and Report.
Water Rights & Resources focuses on legal issues surrounding access to and the delivery of water. This collection focuses on the various uses for water, from hydropower, to agriculture, to drinking water, and how increasing pressures on water supply from climate change exacerbates historical tensions over who has access to water for what purposes. It also includes documents on the effects of the Clean Water Act within this framework. Through government documents, reports, and legislative histories, as well as books, scholarly articles and more, this collection examines the many legal issues surrounding society's collective, vested interest in access to water.