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Services for Attorneys and Judges: Electronic Resources

Electronic Databases & Internet Links

The Law Library maintains a number of subscriptions to both legally and non-legally related databases, e-journals, and news sites. Currently, you can browse through the collection through an alphabetical list or by subject area.

Most legal electronic research resources can be accessed only by currently enrolled law students, faculty and staff. Many other databases and journals are available to all TTU students, faculty and staff at the University Library. See this page for more information on access restrictions and options for electronic databases and journals.

Compiled by our law librarians, the Internet Resources page contains hundreds of special-interest resources found on the Internet. Resources are grouped by subject, then by category.

Expand a category by clicking on the plus (+) sign to the left of the category name. If you cannot expand a category (those using Firefox may not be able to), or if you would like to be able to sort and/or filter the contents, please click the link labeled Sort/Filter List located to the right.


A Lexis Nexis database providing access to newspaper articles, court cases, and other resources.