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Law Libraries in Nebraska
Schmid Law Library of the University of Nebraska College of Law and Klutznick Law Library of the Creighton University School of Law serve as the two comprehensive law libraries in Nebraska. Researchers engaged in in-depth legal research may well find it necessary to visit one of these libraries. We recommend that they first contact the libraries to inquire about collections and services.
Provides online access to primary legal resources: 1) the decisions of the federal courts and the appellate courts of all 50 states; and 2) current federal and state statutes and regulations. Secondary resources include legal encyclopedias (American Jurisprudence and American Law Reports) and articles published in over 700 law review journals.
Formerly LexisNexis, Nexis Uni provides access to more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources, including decisions of the Federal courts and the appellate courts of all 50 states. (Also includes Zacks Equity Research.)
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ONLY AT ON-CAMPUS COMPUTERS: This wide-ranging collection addresses legal and public policy concerns in many professional practice areas. Bloomberg Law also has a growing collection of Federal and state court decisions and related documents.