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ABI/INFORM GLOBAL: Business-related journals via ProQuest. Some full text available.
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.
BLOOMBERG BNA: Leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals.
BRITANNICA ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA: Full text and interactive version.
BUSINESS SOURCE PREMIER: Provides full-text for nearly 8200 serials, with full-text for some back to 1965.
On Campus (Users must first register for a username and password at http://povertylaw.org using a PC on campus and then log in using these credentials. Users will then have “roaming access” from any PC at any location. Users must log in to the publisher’s web site from a PC on campus at least once every 60 days to renew their subscription status)
CONGRESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS via PROQUEST : Provides access to Congressional level publications, policy documents and the US Statutes at Large.
E-BOOK COLLECTION (EBSCOhost) (formerly NETLIBRARY): A general collection of electronic texts; for a list of the the Law Library's Civil Rights titles: Civil Rights E-book Collection
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
ELECTRONIC JOURNALS: Electronic versions of some of the Law Library's print subscriptions.
ERIC: Index of articles related to education.
HEIN ONLINE: This Library consists of a collection of over 1,800 law and law-related periodicals with more than 26 million pages of articles, comments, book reviews, decisions, and legislation. Full-text is available, in graphical image format.
INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS & BOOKS FULL-TEXT: Indexes legal journals, books, and newspapers. Includes the full-text of some articles.
INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS RETROSPECTIVE: Covers the period from 1908 - 1981, with indexing for over 500 law reviews and journals.
JSTOR: The Law Library subscribes to the Arts and Sciences I & II collections. Arts and Sciences I offers 119 journal titles in the humanities and social sciences, including core journals in economics, history, political science and sociology. Arts and Sciences II adds depth to the subject areas contained in A & S I and offers titles in new areas such as archaeology and classics. A & S II contains 124 titles.
LEGALTRAC: Indexes legal journals and newspapers.
MAKING OF MODERN LAW: LEGAL TREATISES, 1800-1926: A digital collection that includes a wide range of resources for research in United States and British legal history. Resources include casebooks, local practice manuals, form books, works for lay readers, pamphlets, letters and speeches. Full-text searchable.
MAKING OF MODERN LAW: SUPREME COURT RECORDS & BRIEFS, 1832-1978: A digital collection of records and briefs brought before the U.S. Supreme Court by leading legal practitioners. Includes transcripts, applications for review, motions, petitions, supplements and other official papers of the most-studied and talked-about cases. Full-text searchable.
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.
MEDLINE: Index of articles relating to medicine.
NATIONAL NEWSPAPERS CORE: The collection includes the full text of the Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.
RIA CHECKPOINT: Provides both analytical and primary source information relating to tax law. (For off-campus access, you must click the “off-campus” button and register for an ID and password from a computer terminal on-campus.)
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.