Students can access a large variety of both legal and non-legal databases while attending classes off-campus.
In most instances, when working off-campus, students will need to login using their e-raider username and password.
The Law Library has access to a number of helpful legal databases. For help accessing the law library's resources, visit the Electronic Resource website.
It allows students to search for databases alphabetically or by topic. For example, to find databases with bankruptcy resources, students should select "By Subject" and then select "Bankruptcy."
You can also contact the Law Library's Reference Team for help identifying useful online resources by phone at 806-742-7155 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also have access to the main campus library's robust set of online resources.
To find online resources on a particular topic, use the main campus library's Databases A-Z search.
Students can browse through the collection using an alphabetical search or by subject area, using the Category search. To use the Category search, select a broad topic under "Category" and the specific subject area under "Sub-category" to get a list of databases with resources for your subject.
Students can also search for e-journals using the main campus library's E-Journals A-Z list to find full text journal articles.