The Law Library will host a book sale in the Reading Room, Monday, February 4 – Friday, February 8. All books cost $1. Cash only please. Additional books will be added throughout the week, so be sure to stop by regularly!
This database includes reports, decisions, and records of several of the most important federal agencies, including the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Complete collections of case reports from these and other agencies are included. The documents are images of the originals.
This database includes the entirety of Cheryl Nyberg and Carol Boast Robertson’s Subject Compilations Bibliography Series, previously available at Cornell Law Library in print only. Users can now search the full text and link directly to articles in HeinOnline and many freely available web resources. The database also includes many other multistate surveys of law.
If you have any questions about using these databases, please contact Cornell Law Library Reference. For information about other new databases at Cornell Law Library, see Update on law library databases.
Monday is the federal holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. His birthday was this past Tuesday, January 15.
If you are interested in finding out more about Dr. King, you’re in luck! Eric Kofi Acree, the Director of Cornell University’s John Henrik Clarke Africana Library, has created a research guide. For more information about the Law Library’s holdings about Martin Luther King, Jr., search the library catalog or contact Cornell Law Library Reference for assistance.
To get you started on your research, here is a video clip from an interview with Dr. King:
Happy new year — welcome to 2013!
We’ve made a few changes in the law library’s database offerings:
- We now subscribe to Oxford Bibliographies: International Law. This database includes 48 articles guiding researchers to the best scholarship available in international law. Examples of topics include Genocide, International Criminal Law, and International Organizations. This database is available for use both on and off campus for the entire Cornell community.
- While we’ve subscribed to PKULaw for quite some time, until now it has been available only at the law school. We’re pleased to announce that it is now available for use by the entire Cornell community, both on and off campus, in its English and Chinese versions. PKULaw is a comprehensive and authoritative database of Chinese legal information, which contains all the laws, regulations, and cases in Chinese since 1949. It also includes all issues of 35 domestic law journals, with over 100,000 full-text articles in Chinese. (Note that not all Chinese-language materials are available in the English database.)
- We have expanded our holdings in Oxford Reports in International Law to include decisions not only on International Law in Domestic Courts but also International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law. This database is available only using law school computers.
- We no longer have a separate subscription to Getting the Deal Through. The resources in that database are now available via Bloomberg Law. Members of the law school community who would like a Bloomberg Law password should contact Cornell Law Library Reference.