20. June 2011 15:52
We now have access to LLMC Digital (Law Library Microform Consortium). This database includes many old, rare, and valuable legal titles. LLMC is a non-profit consortium of law libraries that digitizes old books. Basically it provides digitized books so we don’t need to store/find the old books that fall apart!
View the Blackstone's Commentaries provided by Yale, or the Constitution & By-laws of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community from 1941! There are several Native American constitutions and charters, rare Canon and Civil Law titles, and numerous international legal materials.
Check it out here!
Also find it on the databases webpage or from the drop-down menu on the Law Library’s homepage. As with all our library databases, if you're on campus you'll go right to the database. If you're off campus, you'll be asked to log-in with your name and library barcode!
17. February 2011 16:45
The Law Library has recently acquired new resources within Westlaw, Tribal Materials! There are three ways you can access the Tribal Law material:
1. Add the Native American Law tab.
Choose the "Add a Tab" link from the upper right-hand corner within Westlaw.
Then select "Add Westlaw Tabs"
Under Topical, check the box next to "Native American Law"
and click on the button at the bottom, "Add to My Tab Set"
You should then see the Native American Law tab added across the top, at the end of your tabs.
2. Find the Tribal Materials in the Directory.
Click on the Directory link at the top of the page. Then select the link for the Tribal Materials.
3. Use WestlawNext to search for Tribal resources.
Simply begin typing what you're looking for in the search box, and WestlawNext might suggest something for you!
Questions? Contact the Reference desk at (602) 682-6898. Or email us!
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