Category Archives: Research

Electronic Resources available at JMLS

The library subscribes to a large number of databases and electronic research services, all linked from the Library website. They include: Law-based databases: Hein Online BNA Library CCH/Intelliconnect Not specifically legal databases: JSTOR EBSCO While here at JMLS, you will not need passwords to access databases, with the exception of Lexis and Westlaw. All of…
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What Services Does the Library Provide?: Scholarship Support

Scholarship One of the most important missions of the John Marshall Law Library is to serve the research and instructional needs of our faculty. Each full-time faculty member is teamed with a reference librarian who has both a J.D. and a Masters degree in Information Science. This librarian serves as that faculty member’s point of…
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Publishing Tips for Faculty Part 1: Washington and Lee Rankings

One of the most important considerations in law review publication is – Where to submit? Washington and Lee’s Law Review Rankings (http://lawlib.wlu.edu/lj/) can help you determine where to submit or accept possible publication. The Washington and Lee website can selectively display law reviews limited by a number of factors, such as specialty, publication format (print…
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