The Creighton Law Library provides access to an extensive collection of electronic resources including ejournals, ebooks and databases, which allow library users to conduct comprehensive legal research. Many of these resources are available to law students and faculty off campus.
The A-Z List of Databases provides an alphabetical list of all major legal resources available on and off campus.
Our Case Law guide provides links to federal and state case law resources. This includes AudioCaseFiles, offering downloadable MP3 files of edited judicial opinions, along with full text of the edited opinion, a brief fact summary, and the rule of law.
Access to federal and state primary and secondary resources is provided through comprehensive research databases. Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance and WestlawNext are examples of databases that include inter-linking between the extensive resources they provide.
The Creighton Law Library has created numerous subject guides for major legal subjects such as business, family, health care, Native American, immigration and tax.
This guide links to forms and resources that assist in the creation of legal documents. Forms can be found in treatises in the LexisNexis Digital Library, Loislaw Treatise database and Nebraska legal forms.
JaySearch is a discovery tool for finding books, articles, DVDs, and other resources available through the Creighton Libraries.
This resource provides access to journal and newspaper indexes that allow users to find specific articles in the legal literature. One of the databases, HeinOnline, provides full text access to the complete run of many major law journals.
Our Nebraska Legal Databases guide provides links and access to databases relating to all branches of Nebraska government. This includes links to the Nebraska Briefs collection, local municipal codes and Nebraska legal forms.