Published online every weekday, source of news, advice, and jobs for people in academe. Features the complete contents of the latest issue; daily news and advice columns; current job listings; an archive of previously published content; discussion forums; and career-building tools such as online CV management, and salary databases.
HeinOnline is a legal research collection that features a broad collection of digitized primary and secondary sources in law, known especially for their extensive law journal collection, and their historical collections of U.S. legal materials, and select foreign and international law collections.
Formerly Lexis Advance, Lexis+ is one of the premier legal research platforms, containing cases, statutes, regulations, constitutions, forms, treatises, law reviews, leading newspapers and magazines, reference items, and select international content.
A comprehensive resource for U.S. Congressional publications providing indexing, abstracts, and full text (PDFs and html) for legislative documents from 1789 forward. Documents include committee reports, House and Senate documents, committee prints, bills, hearings, Public Laws, Statutes at Large, the Congressional Record, and more.
VitalLaw (formerly Cheetah) provides access to in-depth knowledge and expertise from WK attorney specialists and experts including deep, rich, analytical content and explanations; curated primary source (laws, regulations, and cases) with history lines and notes; a variety of CCH and Aspen Publishers titles; and practical tools, news, webinars, white papers, and blogs.
Westlaw is one of the premier legal research platforms, containing cases, statutes, regulations, constitutions, forms, treatises, law reviews, leading newspapers and magazines, reference items, and select international content. Westlaw accounts are available for law school faculty, staff, and students only. See a reference librarian for details.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
From the vendor: "Investment Arbitration Reporter is a news & analysis service tracking international arbitrations between foreign investors and sovereign governments." This resource is available on campus from the link above. For off-campus use, please contact a librarian.
Please note: New users must first register from a computer on campus. After registering, users may log into their account to access the database from anywhere. IU users must create an individual account using their iu.edu email. Access to data, research and technology covering private capital markets, including venture capital and private equity.
The TRACFed data comes from many U.S. Federal government databases, largely through the Freedom of Information Act. Computerized data are supplemented by statistical reports, hardcover publications, and interviews with current and former government officials, attorneys, and agency data processing specialists. The data warehouse is updated on a regular basis, but the exact schedule is dependent of the release schedule of each agency.