We've made it easy! When you're on the library home page, just look for the A-Z Databases link in the center of the page, at the top of a list of important links. This is good for when you remember the name (or the beginning of the name) of your favorite database. You don't need to go to this guide for the link -- just click on the letter it begins with and scroll down to it to start searching. You can also go here to explore databases recommended for particular subject areas by changing "All Subjects" to a particular subject area.
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Find state and federal court cases, statutes, and law reviews as well as regional, national, and international newspapers.