Globalization:  A Research Guide to Resources in the Princeton University Library

Law Materials and Treaty Research

Law materials at Princeton are held in several important electronic and paper collections.  Lexis-Nexis Academic and Westlaw Campus are available through the Library Homepage Databases.  Law journals are indexed in Index to Legal Periodicals and Books and Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals and also in Legaltrac .  Many law journals are found full text on Lexis and in the Hein Online Law Journal Library n of law journals. Others are found in paper format in Firestone through the Main Catalog.  Articles from additional titles not held at Princeton in either electronic or paper format can be acquired through the Interlibrary Loan service.  Princeton' Law Specialist is available to help with legal research at all levels, from the most basic to complex questions of constitutiional law.

Treaty research is highly specialized, and can be aided by talking with Princeton's Law Specialist, the United Nations Librarian, and exploring online guides such as one provided by Columbia University.. .. 

Page last updated  12 July 2010 in the Princeton University Library.