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Law Databases

This guide provides information about the law specific databases that students, faculty, and staff at the Law School have access to. Some resources are also accessible to current students, faculty, and staff at the University of Chicago.

Subject Specialist

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Lyonette Louis-Jacques
Contact:
Foreign and International Law
Librarian and Lecturer in Law

D'Angelo Law Library
University of Chicago Law School
773-702-9612

Current Awareness

E-Book Collections

Key HeinOnline Collections

Print Materials

International Law Reports (ILR, v.1 (1919)-present) - the Law Library owns print copies so use Scan and Deliver for full text of public international law cases from international tribunals and national (domestic/municipal) courts, but the ILR citations can be found via searching the Cambridge Law Reports platform. CLR has browse, keyword, and subject/topical search options.