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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
Folk on the Delaware General Corporation Law This link opens in a new window
  • College of Law only
Folk provides authoritative coverage of the country's most important corporate law, including such matters as duties of officers and directors; director and officer liability; the business judgment rule; standards of fairness in corporate transactions; administrative guidelines on filing; mergers and acquisitions; the "poison pill" defense and other takeover tactics; contested takeovers, leveraged buyouts, and proxy contests; and appraisal rights.
North American City Reports This link opens in a new window
  • College of Law only
  • Requires researchers to create an account.
Alternate Name(s): North American City Reports on Policy Commons
Over five million pages of in-depth surveys, reports, and research from more than six hundred North American cities and urban agencies.
Voting Rights & Election Law This link opens in a new window
This collection covers the electoral process: how elections are conducted, the strategy and controversies of political campaigns, how votes are counted, and who is allowed to vote. Materials include primary materials, books & scholarly articles, legislative materials & histories, and Bennan Center and ALI publications.


        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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