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Access UN indexes documents from the United Nations’ six main bodies (including the Security Council, General Assembly, and International Court of Justice) dating from the end of World War II to near-present day.
LAW SCHOOL USE ONLY. Access via LawWeb (Student Services / Library tab). Surveys, rankings, and data about major law firms, the legal market, and corporate legal departments. Formerly ALM Legal Intelligence. Courtesy of Career Services.
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Large collection of documents on civil rights, civil liberties, race, gender, and issues relating to the U.S. Supreme Court. Covers important 20th century events, such as the first “Red Scare” following the Russian Revolution of 1917, immigration debates, the American Birth Control League, lynchings in the 1930s, the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights movement. Also includes manuscripts from the Southern Regional Office.
Law Students and Faculty may request a license code needed to set up an individual account. The license is good for one year from the date of registration. A new code must be requested each year. If you've previously set up an account, you can use the code to renew your account.
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POLITICO Pro provides dedicated coverage of 15 policy areas spanning the entire policy landscape and include: Agriculture, Budget & Appropriations, Campaigns, Cybersecurity, Defense, Education, eHealth, Energy, Financial Services, Health Care, Labor & Employment, Tax, Technology, Trade, and Transportation. Its reporters and editors are the most distinguished and expert in their field.
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Malcolm N. Shaw QC, University of Cambridge, Fifth Edition. First published in 1957, this classic work on the Permanent Court of International Justice is comprised of 30 detailed chapters in four volumes. Cite by paragraph number.
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The SHAFR Guide Online: An Annotated Bibliography of U.S. Foreign Relations since 1600 is a near-comprehensive, 2.1 million-word online annotated bibliography of historical work covering the entire span of U.S. foreign relations.
Primary and secondary sources of law and legal news for countries all over the world.
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