Services for Law Faculty: Electronic Resources
LexisAdvance, WestlawNext & Bloomberg Law * Licensed Databases * B.U. Catalog *eJournals * CALI Lessons * Research Guides
Steven Alexandre da Costa (email@example.com, x8-6748 ) provides faculty support for LexisAdvance, WestlawNext and Bloomberg Law. He can assist you with creating a custom login, adding shortcuts to the services to your desktop, and troubleshooting access or printing issues.
The library licenses resources from hundreds of providers. The majority of these resources may be accessed locally or remotely by using the customized links on library web pages and authenticating using your BU login name and Kerberos password.
An alphabetical list of databases and subject guides to electronic resources provide access to products licensed by the law school. For non-legal materials, the University library maintains a similar alphabetical list of databases at their website. Subject access to materials in non-law academic disciplines is best accomplished using BU library research guides.
The Law School's discovery tool may be used to identify materials in the law library collection and at other campus libraries.
The University licenses thousands of online journals, many in PDF format. Most e-journals may be accessed locally and remotely using your BU login name and Kerberos password.
As a member of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, the library offers the complete CALI library of research exercises to complement classroom instruction. Please contact the reference desk for the faculty authorization code.
The legal information librarians have compiled online guides for topical legal research. For a complete listing see research guides.
updated: August 2014