JSTOR contains the full-text, in PDF, for all journals it covers. JSTOR covers journals in law, political science, history, economics, business, and other subjects, and is often a great first place to start for journals outside of law.
A password-accessible legal research service providing access to statutes, case law materials, public records, and other legal resources, along with current news articles and business information. A large number of secondary legal materials are available along with Shepard's citation checking.
Journal articles, book chapters, bills, laws, court decisions, reports, books, audiovisuals, and news articles relating to bioethics and professional ethics from 1974-2009 are included in this database maintained by the Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University.
EthicShare is a research and collaboration website designed to help you do research, share, collaborate, and participate in the field of ethics. It was developed and is currently maintained by the University of Minnesota Libraries as a free service to the community.
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