The D'Angelo Law Library sends an email newsletter each month with resource updates and news related to scholarship and teaching.
Non-Law Journals & Databases: The D'Angelo Law Library is part of the University of Chicago Library. Most of the Library's journal databases provide tables of contents alerts for newly published issues or alerts based on saved search criteria. For current awareness subscription options or to subscribe to alerts, send a list of journal titles, databases, or areas of interest to Ariel Scotese.
Bloomberg Law News: Bloomberg Law publishes newsletters for its web-based database products licensed by the Library (e.g. U.S. Law Week, Daily Tax Report.) See Bloomberg Law Databases for a complete list. To subscribe to Bloomberg Law newsletters, go to your account profile on Bloomberg Law.
SSRN: The Legal Scholarship Network (LSN) is part of the Social Sciences Research Network. SSRN contains working papers, forthcoming articles and other scholarship. Anyone can search the database and download papers; email alerts are available to subscribers. Contact Connie Fleischer for more information.
Law School Working Papers: The Law School produces several series of academic papers, including the Public Law and Legal Theory Working Papers and the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law & Economics Working Papers. To subscribe to email alerts of new submissions in any of these series, visit Chicago Unbound, locate a series, and click the "Follow" button next to the series title (requires a free account).
SmartCILP: SmartCILP is a weekly email alerting service of current law journal articles from a profile of topics and journals you select. Contact the Assistant Director for User Services or Connie Fleischer to subscribe.
Print Routing: If you would like law journal issues or other periodicals routed to your office, please send a list of titles to Connie Fleischer.
Westlaw, Lexis Advance and Bloomberg Law all offer alerts that will notify you (daily, weekly or monthly) of new articles/cases/documents that meet user-defined search criteria. For assistance, contact Connie Fleischer.