Legal research platform with comprehensive coverage of primary legal materials as well as proprietary news and business resources from Bloomberg Law. Includes many secondary resources such as Bloomberg newsletters, reporters, portfolios and manuals. Also includes select docket information and company profiles and filings.
NOTE: BNA law reporters and newsletters have been renamed/reorganized. See the law report migration table for specific information.
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PLI PLUS (Practising Law Institute) provides access to PLI Press’s full collection of Treatises, Practice books, Course Handbooks, Legal Forms, Program Transcripts, Journals, and Answer Books. The resources provide both in-depth as well as practical analysis of a wide variety of legal practice areas and topics. Database highlights include: (1) the collection of treatises is updated regularly and include popular titles such as: “Friedman on Leases,” “How to Write a Patent Application,” and “Employment Law Yearbook;” (2) Answer Books are written in a Q&A format and often include practice pointers and checklists; (3) Course Handbooks supplement specific PLI programs and can often be used as “stand-alone” reference books; (4) Forms include a number of practical tools checklists, clauses, letters.
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The world’s most comprehensive access to U.S. legislative information from Congressional Information Services. Includes access to many full-text Congressional publications, bills, laws, regulations, committee information, information about current members of Congress, and much more. Includes CIS Index.
This database covers over 7,500 legal titles combined from the Legal Looseleafs in Print and Legal Newsletters in Print directories, as well as Directory of Law Related CD-ROMS. The titles come in three formats: looseleaf, newsletter, and CD-ROM.
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The Max Planck Encyclopedias of International Law is a comprehensive, analytical resource containing peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of international law. This definitive reference work contains both the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law and the Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law.