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A to Z Databases: Databases by Subject Area

Brooklyn Law School Library's most frequently used databases organized by subject and by name.

General Legal Research Databases

Periodical and Periodical Index Databases

Corporate Resource and Securities Law Databases

International and Foreign Law Databases

Government Document Databases

Health Law Databases

Intellectual Property Databases

Other Databases

Trial Databases

Extension of History Vault Trial

Until May 31, 2024, BLS patrons have access to selected modules of History Vault (provider: ProQuest)Now, BLS patrons can access History Vault trial modules using this web address: https://trials.proquest.com/access?token=FhEVragxcNfpeJGSmXTjxOlGq  History Vault provides both a main screen search feature and links to search subject-specific modules.

Acquisition Update - Labor & Employment: The American Worker (provider: W.S. Hein through HeinOnline)

Update: BLS Library licensed Labor & Employment: The American Worker (provider: HeinOnline).   In BLS Library's SARA catalog record for this collection, click: ACCESS ONLINE VERSION - (HEIN).  (Remote access requires implementation of the BLS proxy server instructions for 1 web browser and librarians recommend the instructions for Firefox browser.)  A detailed description of this collection now appears in this guide box (which describes BLS Library's subscription databases) under: HeinOnline Labor & Employment: The American Worker.

Policy: Use of Library Electronic Databases

All individuals who access any resources through the library (each a “user”) must comply with each resource’s terms and conditions on the use of the resource. The terms of each resource can be found on the landing page for the resource or by contacting the resource directly. Any user’s violation of a resource’s terms and conditions will result in the revocation of that user’s access privileges and will subject the user to appropriate discipline under the Law School’s policies. All users’ access to the resources provided by the Law School through third-party providers is at the individual user’s own risk and each user is responsible for that user's own actions.

When Was This Guide Last Updated?

This guide was last substantively updated:

On: May 21, 2024

At: 10:05 AM

By: Hannah Freeman