SARA is Brooklyn Law School Library's online catalog. Access our catalog at the following url, https://sara.brooklaw.edu/
SARA features include:
Tip: Use the "Advanced Search" feature to best customize your query
Sample searches include:
Tip: To refine your result list, filter by topic or author.
Making of Modern Law Legal Treatises (1800-1926), Making of Modern Law Trials (1600-1926), Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records & Briefs (1832-1978) & Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources (Parts 1 & 2)
You can access this historical collection of materials on-campus, in dorm, or through proxy server
Tip: Great database for historical legal research
WorldCat is known as the “catalog of catalogs”. Through it you have access to holdings of thousands of research libraries. You can access it by clicking on the link below.
Use our online interlibrary loan system to borrow a book from another library. Note: Before requesting an item from another library, check SARA to see if we own it.
"Full view: If we've determined that a book is out of copyright, or the publisher or rightsholder has given us permission, you'll be able to page through the entire book from start to finish, as many times as you like. If the book is in the public domain, you'll also be able download, save and print a PDF version to read at your own pace.” (Description provided at “About Google Book Search”)
Tip: To see if BLS or another library owns a particular title, click on the link "Find in a library" which is located on the left hand side of the screen.
Abstracts of Dissertations can be found through FirstSearch or by clicking on the link below.
Path: FirstSearch Database: WorldCat Dissertations
Note: Library policies vary in regards to whether or not they loan dissertations
Accessible on-campus, in dorm, or through proxy server