Members of the Penn Law community now have access to two new resources: Oxford Historical Treaties and HeinOnline’s World Treaty Library.
HeinOnline now contains the archive publications of the Tax Foundation.
The Penn Law community now has access to TRACfed –”[A] democracy oversight tool….”.
The Penn Law community now has access to two new modules in HeinOnline! Women and the Law and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
Some of you may have used Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, 1800-1926 in your source hunts or seminars to locate digital images of U.S. and British legal treatises. Now, there is the Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources, 1620-1926, which complements and provides access to materials spanning three centuries.
Be sure to check out this database when doing American legal history research!
A quick primer on Justis and JustCite –two complementary and easy-to-use databases for researching the law of the United Kingdom.
Proquest Dissertation and Theses Fulltext (formerly Dissertation Abstracts) is a database of dissertations in a wide variety of disciplines from economics and religious studies to history and philosophy.