A corporate finance and capital markets research tool that provides access to company filings, annual reports, and investor presentations from around the world. Global equity & M&A transaction coverage starts from 2000. Global bonds coverage starts from 1996.
Oxford's collection of Law-related Handbooks. Handbook articles review the key issues and cutting-edge debates surrounding their topic, as well as providing arguments for how those debates might evolve.
As well as sessional papers from both the House of Commons and House of Lords, the Eighteenth Century UK Parliamentary Papers collection also includes supplementary material: the Journals of the House of Commons and House of Lords, Private and Local Bills and Acts, debates (from the Parliamentary Register), and Histories and Proceedings of the House of Commons and House of Lords.
A comprehensive legal research database from Bloomberg, including dockets, cases, statutes, financial and corporate information and news. UVA Law students and faculty have access via password. Register for access here. You don't need an activation code, but be sure to use an @virginia.edu address.
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.
Online access to the New York Times includes full entry to the archives from 1851 to present day. Features include Spanish and Chinese editions plus hundreds of articles published in other languages and access to The New York Times Magazine. Users must be On-Grounds or have their VPN turned on to create an account with NYTimes.
*Crossword puzzles and e-Reader editions (e.g., iPad/tablet apps) excluded.
There is a download limit of 5 pdf articles per day.