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Current Awareness: The Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP)
The Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP) is a publication prepared weekly by the University of Washington Law Library and is now available through HeinOnline. CILP provides topical access to approximately 475 law school reviews and other selected legal journals listed under 100 subject headings. In addition, CILP provides full tables of contents of all journals indexed.
Links, tips, and resources for remote teaching, developed for faculty use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find all of the LC Computing Services Department's helpsheets and videos, as well as a rich collection of resources from LC Law and beyond.
The source for scholarship, teaching and office support, and much more.
Databases and Indexes
Find links to ProQuest Congressional and Legislative Insight, Index to Legal Periodicals, HeinOnline, and our other databases and indexes.
Are you working on a law review article? Perma.cc, created by the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, is a free service that allows you to create citation links that will never break and helps authors, editors and publishers protect their work - and their readers - from the ill effects of link rot. (Link rot occurs when a link is broken or dead and the resource is therefore no longer available.) Contact Mari Cheney for more information.