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Only persons affiliated with the law school is eligible for a law school LexisNexis password. The university library subscribes to LexisNexis Academic. For most purposes, LexisNexis Academic should have the material that a researcher will need. LexisNexis Academic has federal and state cases, statutes, regulations, and law reviews, legal dictionaries and a legal encyclopedia as well as Shepards law citator. LexisNexis Academic also has cases and legislation from Canada, the European Union, Australia, and more.
University affiliates also have access to HeinOnline. HeinOnline provides access to many law reviews (there is a short embargo for some titles), statutes, and historical treatises.
University affiliates also have access to the BNA Premier package. This provides access to a great deal of detailed material related to many regulatory areas of American law.