Since the American Revolution, American Indian law has evolved into a complex web of treaties, federal statutes and regulations, federal case law, tribal codes, constitutions, and jurisprudence. This collection contains an expansive selection of titles unique to American Indian law.
American State Papers, 1789-1838 enables students and scholars to easily search and browse legislative and executive documents of the first fourteen U.S. Congresses and more. Part of the America’s Historical Government Publications suite of collections, this digital edition is the essential complement to the digital U.S. Congressional Serial Set, 1817-1994. This seminal set of U.S. government publications a rich source of primary material on wide-ranging aspects of early American history.
IntelliConnect is CCH's online platform which delivers full text access to CCH Australia's publications combined with advanced research tools. The publications include loose-leaf services, law reports and books.
CD Asia Online is a database of Philippine laws and jurisprudence. The content is gathered only from official sources and includes the complete text, footnotes and images. It includes Philippine Constitutions, legislative enactments, executive and administrative issuances, issuances of the Supreme Court relating to practice and procedure, international treaties, agreements and conventions from 1900 to the present, and decisions of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from 1901 to the present, with the complete text, separate, concurring and dissenting opinions, footnotes, and available case syllabi and synopses. The Library subscribes to three collections: Laws, Jurisprudence, Department of Justice.
Checkpoint ANZ is an information solution for tax and accounting professionals. The database contains a wide range of both tax and accounting information. It also features simultaneous searches across the ATO legal database, and offers tools such as calculators and templates. Currency statements and history notes are provided for legislation (updated weekly), with ATO federated links refreshed every 24 hours.
The [US] Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules/ regulations (sometimes called administrative law). The executive departments and agencies of the US Federal Government publish in the Federal Register. The Office of the Federal Register is an agency of the National Archives and Records Administration.
Courses at the Hague Academy are published in the Collected Courses, the Academy’s flagship collection. These contributions by prestigious authors deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject, including legislation and case law. This collection contains the first course held in 1923 through to the current year.
This work aims to provide a user-friendly publication that offers guidance on entering the ever developing market. Annual updates will keep readers current on the every-changing laws and regulations of the Chinese marketplace.
Croner-i Tax and Accounting (formerly CCH British Tax Library) is the leading, definitive direct tax service for practitioners providing complete coverage and specialist commentary on every aspect of the UK direct tax system. It features the Red and Green Books; Tax Cases, including the full text of judgements heard in the High Court, Scottish Court of Session, Court of Appeal, House of Lords, Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and selected rulings from the European Court of Justice; HMRC Revenue Manuals; Double Taxation Treaties.
The Foreign and International Law Resources Database (FILRD) allows researchers to browse online through a collection of international law publications. Covers publications from the American Society of International Law, yearbooks from around the world, the Hague Permanent Court of International Justice series and highly-respected publishers' publications.
The Foreign Law Guide (FLG) is an essential database offering relevant information on sources of foreign law, including complete bibliographic citations to legislation, the existence of English translations and selected references to secondary sources in one virtual destination. Broad in content and global in scope, the FLG is an indispensable resource for comparative law research and a fundamental tool for developing a foreign and comparative law collection. Approximately 190 jurisdictions are systemically covered and updated by a global team of experts.
IBFD is the world’s foremost authority on cross-border taxation. The Tax Research Platform provides access to information on major topics in international taxation; Country Key Features, Country Surveys and Country Analyses; a comprehensive collection of primary source information (tax treaties, models, EU law and case law); opinion-making journals covering main topics in international taxation and developments in major economies in the world; easy-to-use comparison tools which help you do your research more quickly and efficiently; and IBFD's Tax News Service.
This retrospective database indexes over 750 legal periodicals published in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. Annual surveys of the laws of a jurisdiction, annual surveys of the federal courts, yearbooks, annual institutes, and annual reviews of the work in a given field or on a given topic are also be covered.
Jade (Judgments and Decisions Enhanced) is a free current awareness service that collects recent decisions of selected Australian Courts and Tribunals. Jade can be used to search for Australian decisions, receive alerts on new decisions by email, and court digests by RSS. Jade has digitised copies of the Commonwealth Law Reports (CLRs) from 1903-1952. Jade is a BarNet initiative.
LEGENDcom is an online database of Australian migration and citizenship legislation and policy documents. It is an essential resource library of these materials. The database is produced and maintained by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Australian online legal information source, offering a range of subscription services for legal reference and research. It is a full text database of Australian law, including some legislation and case law. It also includes two case citators and a legal encyclopaedia.
Primary Sources is a fully searchable digital archive designed to complement The Making of Modern Law : Legal Treatises. This archive consists of two parts, Part I, 1620-1926 and Part II, 1763-1979 which together provide online access to thousands of volumes of United States codes, constitutional conventions and compilations, and municipal codes, and other resources in American legal history.
Dalloz.fr is a comprehensive French daily legal news service, with a database of nearly a thousand legal news sources, covering legislative and judicial news and reports. These can be searched by key words and browsed by themes, or you can view all the news for a specific date (see Accès à un fonds documentaire > Dalloz Actualité).
SCC Online is India’s premier legal database with access to complete coverage of the Supreme Court, all High Courts, Tribunals and Commissions, Statutory Material and many foreign jurisdictions and International material.
UK Parliamentary Papers contains Commons and Lords sessional papers from the 18th through to the 21st centuries, with supplementary material back to 1688. The collection also includes Hansard from 1803 to 2005, Peter Cockton's Subject Catalogue of the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1801-1900, and diplomatic and consular reports 1887-1916. The Parliamentary Papers are vital to the historical record of Britain, its former Colonies and the wider world. Contains page images and searchable full text for each paper, along with detailed indexing.
HeinOnline’s U.S. Congressional Documents collection features the complete Congressional Record bound volume set from its inception in 1873 as well as the three predecessor titles: Annals of Congress (1789-1824), Register of Debates (1824-1837) and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873). Also available are the Congressional Record Dailies from 1980-present, Rules & Precedents, Congressional Budget Office, Congressional Hearings, and other works related to Congress.
The U.S. Federal Legislative History Library consists of two main parts: The Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories Database and The Legislative History Title Collection. The Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories Database is derived from the looseleaf publication Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories: A Bibliography of Government Documents, Periodical Articles, and Books by Nancy P. Johnson, Law Librarian and Professor of Law Georgia State University College of Law. The Legislative History Title Collection is a collection of full-text legislative histories on some of the most important and historically significant legislation of our time.
Commonly referred to as the Statutes at Large, this is the official source for the laws and resolutions passed by Congress. Publication began in 1845 by the private firm of Little, Brown and Company under authority granted by Congress. In 1874, Congress transferred the authority to publish the Statutes at Large to the Government Printing Office, which has been responsible for producing the set since that time. Every law, public and private, ever enacted by the Congress is published in the the Statutes at Large in order of the date of its passage. Until 1948, all treaties and international agreements approved by the Senate were also published in the set. In addition, the the Statutes at Large includes the text of the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, amendments to the Constitution, treaties with Indians and foreign nations, and presidential proclamations
Contains exact reproductions of major UN legal publications, including the complete collection of the UN Treaty Series, the Monthly Statement of Treaties & International Agreements, the UN Legislative Series, etc.
This collection includes complete coverage of the United States Code dating back to inception in 1925-1926. Also includes the Early Federal Laws Collection, which represents the most complete collection of federal statute compilations prior to the US Code
Westlaw AU is a locally designed platform, a stand-alone site developed specifically for Australian customers. From case law and journals, legislation and commentary to precedents, encyclopaedia and news, Westlaw AU delivers information you can rely on with expert analysis and commentary from trusted authors.
WestlawNext Canada LawSource provides you with a wealth of Canadian primary law, plus commentary and value-added tools. It includes: decisions from Carswell Law report Series, Canada Law Book Report Series and decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada and Privy Council ; annotated legislation and concordances of legislation ; KeyCite Canada ; Canadian Encyclopedic Digest ; The Canadian Abridgment ; Tribunal decision coverage ; Index to Canadian Legal Literature with links to full text ; and more.