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Foreign language dictionaries and foreign language law dictionaries are in D'Angelo Law Reference. See the Library Catalog for call numbers.
Recent issues of all law school-published journals and most commercially published journals are shelved on the north side of the D'Angelo Law Library Third Floor. Earlier volumes are in storage; consult HeinOnline or reference librarians for assistance.
Most law journals can also be found online in the following resources:
Looseleaf publishers have migrated many of their print looseleafs to online formats.
Major treatises in all areas of law are shelved in the D'Angelo Law Library Reserve Room. A list of major treatises by topic is available on the Law Library website. You can also search the Library Catalog by title or author or ask a reference librarian for assistance.
A list of hornbooks and study supplements is also available on the Law Library website. Study supplements published by West are available online through West Academic Study Aids.
American Law Reports, Annotated (A.L.R., ALR 2d ALR.3d, ALR 4th, ALR 5th, ALR Fed., ALR Fed. 2d.) Selected court opinions from state and federal courts with extensive annotations explaining and discussing the opinions. Available via Lexis Advance and Westlaw.
Uniform Laws Annotated volumes include
Uniform Law Commission (ULC, also known as the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws) website
The ULC website provides full text of the uniform acts, drafts, committee activities and state enactment information, including states where the act[s] have been introduced but not yet passed.
Not law unless enacted
Neither a Model Code or Restatement is "law" unless adopted by the court or legislature of a particular jurisdiction, but they may nevertheless be influential tools of judicial interpretation.