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This section offers information on how to use library resources to find books, journals, journal articles and other documents, as well as how to find the best sources in various subscription databases.
Use discoverE to search the catalog for all Emory libraries. You can find books, book chapters in edited collections, and journals on your topic. discoverE will also offer suggestions to refine your search results by topic, author, library, date, or language. But note that not all sources in some law school databases are included in discoverE’s search results (Westlaw, Lexis, Bloomberg in particular).
You may notice links that say something like "Find it @ Emory" in many databases or in Google Scholar searches. Follow these links to the full text of articles and treatises in various databases to which Emory Libraries subscribe.
Use discoverE to find books in the law library and other campus libraries. Use Worldcat to find books in other libraries for interlibrary loan. Look up the appropriate call number ranges to find books on a particular subject. You can also take a few minutes to browse the shelves around one helpful book to find others in the same subject area (and there is a virtual browsing feature available in discoverE that will let you do this without going to the shelves!).
Finding aids located inside print resources:
Electronic Resources by Subject includes all law-related databases to which the Emory law library subscribes. In addition to the categorized list by subject, you can also view an alphabetical list by database name. Most databases are available both on and off campus to members of the Emory community. A sample of the most frequently used includes:
Databases @ Emory is a collection of over 800 subscription databases that are available campus-wide. Included are databases for finding articles in many non-law disciplines such as economics, history, political science, and sociology. Some databases provide only citations and abstracts, but most provide the full-text of articles. Also included are statistical databases and databases of historical newspapers in image format. Sort using the Subject dropdown to see a list of all databases related to a particular subject area.
eJournals @ Emory provides direct access to electronic journals. You can search for relevant journals by keywords in the journal title. Links to available full-text journals will pop-up in another window. eJournals are also available through discoverE. Use the eJournals Citation Linker to pull up an article by citation.