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Researching a Seminar Paper: Electronic Resources

This guide is designed to help you research your seminar paper.

Useful Electronic Resources

The Schmid Law Library has many useful resources that you can use to further your research. Some are listed in the boxes below, but you can also search our A-Z list for a full list of our electronic resources. In addition, the University of Nebraska Lincoln Libraries provides over 400 databases that may help you. You can filter by subject to select a relevant database.

HeinOnline

Although commonly used to find law review articles during your first year of law school, HeinOnline has a number of other useful libraries that contain material in PDF format.  Other HeinOnline libraries include: agency materials, animal law, foreign/international materials, legislative histories, 50 state surveys, and legal classics.

RIA Checkpoint

RIA Checkpoint contains both primary and secondary tax resources, including news and editorial materials.  They also contain WG&L Journals.