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Created for Prof. Wallace's Spring 2014 class
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The Major Legal Databases


Journal & Law Review Indexes

Search these legal periodical indexes to identify relevant articles.  Be creative with your search terms.  Try very general as well as specific searches.

Online Legal Periodical Indexes:

  • Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP)[Table of Contents Service] on Westlaw* only (most recent 8 weeks)
  • SSRN (Social Science Research Network)(2000s-present) Working papers, accepted papers. 


Megasearching for Articles

These resources search across all disciplines and multiple databases

  • Articles+ (search over 100 databases at once!)
       What databases are searched? Follow the links here to see. 
  • Academic Search Complete (multidisciplinary; full text articles)
  • Google Scholar (links to full text of articles from certain UB databases. See directions for setting preferences here.

  • EbscoHost Research Databases (search scores of commercial databases (many subjects) simultaneously).



Selected Treatises & Other Works - School Law

Locate More Books

  • UB Online Catalog
    Try searching some of these subject headings:

    Freedom of speech > United States
    Freedom of religion > United States
    United States. > Constitution. > 1st Amendment
    Freedom of religion > United States
    Religion and law > United States
    Church and state > United States
  • Basic Resources Guide - Books
    (UB LibGuide)
    More resources for identifying and locating books on your topic.

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CALI Lessons

CALI lessons allow you to work through issues in Constitutional Law in an interactive format.

Here are a few Constitutional Law Lessons related to the First Amendment. A complete list of Constitutional Law Lessons is available at the CALI website. Please see a reference librarian in the UB Law Library if you need the registration code for CALI.

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