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School of Law

Legal Databases and Websites By Subject

Subject List

Alphabetical list

For direct access to ResearchPort, which provides access to databases both on- and off-campus, go to the Research Port website.

The University of Baltimore expects all library database users to respect all pertinent licenses, copyrights, and contracts.

Off campus access to some databases is provided via Research Port and is restricted to members of the University of Baltimore community (see key below).

Business & Economics Online Research Guides
Education Science and Technology
Foreign & International Law Social Sciences
General/Multidisciplinary State and Local Law & Government
Health & Medicine Taxation & Accounting
News & Current Events United States Law & Government

Key:

Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff  - Resources only available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff.
Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff  - Resources available to all members of the University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff.
Available to the general public- Resources available to the general public.

 

Business and Economics

Education

  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff ERIC Index of articles related to education
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Primary Search
    Content includes full-text magazine articles and easy-to-read encyclopedic entries geared toward helping elementary-school-aged children in learning.

Foreign & International Law

General/Multidisciplinary

  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)
    Provides abstracts and indexing for over 7,000 journals. Full text of articles for over 4,000 scholarly publications, including more than 3,100 peer-reviewed publications.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Britannica Online Encyclopedia Full text and interactive version
  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff E-Book Collection (EBSCOhost) (formerly netLibrary) A general collection of electronic texts
  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff E-Book Library (USMAI)
    A web-based ebook lending platform) Select the University of Baltimore Law Library and log in using your UB username/password.
  • Available to the general public Google Scholar
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff GreenFILE
    Collection of magazine, newspaper, trade publication and journal articles covering the connections between the environment and such disciplines as agriculture, law, health, education and technology.
  • Available to the general public Hathitrust Digital Library
    (Disclaimer about Hathitrust: Full text access to some Hathitrust materials may not be available to the UB Community.)
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff JSTOR
    Full-text scholarly journal articles in such areas as economics, history, political science, sociology, philosophy, archaeology and classics.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts
    Indexes more than 700 periodicals, plus books, research reports and proceedings. Coverage include such topics as includes librarianship, cataloging, classification, information management and online information retrieval.
  • Available to the general public Library of Congress: American Memory
  • Available to the general public Library of Congress: Chronicling America
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff MAS Ultra: School Edition
    Provides full-text for over 500 general interest and current events publications. Also contains reference book entries and an extensive image collection containing photos, maps and other types of documents.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff MasterFILE Premier
    Indexes over 27,000 periodicals (and full-text searching for 1,800 periodicals) on general interest topics such as health, business and culture
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Oxford English Dictionary
    The OED Online contains the complete text of the 20-volume Second Edition, together with the 1993 and 1997 three-volume Additions Series
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff WorldCat
    The WorldCat database is the OCLC Online Union Catalog. It contains more than 32 million records describing items owned by libraries around the world.

Health & Medicine

  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff GreenFILE
    Collection of magazine, newspaper, trade publication and journal articles covering the connections between the environment and such disciplines as agriculture, law, health, education and technology.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Health Source: Consumer Edition
    Provides wide range of consumer health information. Full-text for about 80 consumer health-related magazines is available. Also provides full-text access to health-related pamphlets and reference books, as well as patient education fact sheets.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association (available on campus only)
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff MEDLINE Index of articles relating to medicine

News & Current Events

Online Research Guides

Science and Technology

Social Sciences

  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)
    Provides abstracts and indexing for over 7,000 journals. Full text of articles for over 4,000 scholarly publications, including more than 3,100 peer-reviewed publications.
  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff Adoption Quarterly
    For off campus access, go to Research Port. After logging in, select the "Journals" tab and search by title.
  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff Family Court Review
    For off campus access, go Research Port. After logging in, select the "Journals" tab and search by title.
  • Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff Oxford Journal of Legal Studies
    For off campus access, go to Research Port. After logging in, select the "Journals" tab and search by title.
  • Available to the general public Hathitrust Digital Library
    (Disclaimer about Hathitrust: Full text access to some Hathitrust materials may not be available to the UB Community.)
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff JSTOR
    Full-text scholarly journal articles in such areas as economics, history, political science, sociology, philosophy, archaeology and classics.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Professional Development Collection
    Consists of journal and magazine articles designed to help teachers at all levels of education. Coverage includes nearly 500 full-text journals and more than 700 abstracted and indexed journals.
  • Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
    Provides extensive full-text coverage for a broad range of subjects in the fields of psychology, behavioral sciences and related disciplines. Full-text of more than 530 journals is available.

State and Local Law & Government

Executive & Administrative Materials

General Information

Local Government & Other States

Taxation & Accounting

United States Law & Government

Key:

Available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff  - Resources only available to University of Baltimore School of Law students, faculty, and staff.
Available to University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff  - Resources available to all members of the University of Baltimore students, faculty, and staff.
Available to the general public- Resources available to the general public.