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Law Library Databases A-Z

Includes links to GSU Law Library licensed databases and selected GSU Library, GALILEO, and free legal resources. For non-legal databases, visit GSU Library's database list.


New Databases

The following databases are new additions to the Law Library's Database List
LexisNexis Digital Library This link opens in a new window
  • Lexis Advance ID and Password Required
  • College of Law only
New Popular
Alternate Name(s) LDL, Lexis Study Guides, Lexis Study Aids
This collection offers a variety of legal study aides, including the Understanding Series and Questions & Answers Series. Access is through the OverDrive e-book sharing platform.
National Consumer Law Center's Digital Library This link opens in a new window
  • College of Law only
  • Requires researchers to create an account.
Alternate Name(s) NCLC
The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) Digital Library provides the complete text of all NCLC treatises. The library includes 20 treatises covering the areas of debtor rights, deception and warranties, consumer litigation, and credit & banking.


        Access for all GSU with CampusID and password

    Access limited to College of Law

        Unique User ID and password required

     Available on Law Library public workstations

     Database is part of the HeinOnline Library

     Electronic Journal

        Requires researcher to create account

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