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Researching Copyright Law: Blaw, Lexis & Westlaw

A guide to copyright law resources available through Brooklyn Law School.

Bloomberg Law

Note: BLS students, faculty and administrators self-register for Bloomberg Law accounts (no access code required).  Please use your BLS email to register.  Bloomberg Law will send an email response.


Note: Lexis+ requires an individual's username and password.

Lexis+ provides a wide variety of materials related to copyright law.  To view the list of sources, select: Legal Research > Practice Area: Copyright Law.  Sources include: targeted case databases, statutes (USCS or statute search page), administrative materials, legal news and treatises.

Westlaw Precision

Note: Westlaw Precision requires an individual's username and password.

Westlaw Precision provides many sources on copyright law. To see the full list, select Intellectual Property > tab: Copyright.  Researchers will be able to access statutes, targeted case databases, International Trade Commission decisions, secondary sources, trial court documents, and agency materials.