Legislation and case law: How to find results using the digital resource collections
Last Updated: May 17, 2023 Views: 76

You can find legislation and case law through digital resource collections.


  1. Open the list of Databases A-Z from the Library website and change the database type to Legislation and Case Law.
  2. Choose a digital resource collection from the list. Read the description the collection to find out if it contains the type of resource you need. Click to open the collection.
  3. Conduct a search with your search terms within the collection. Use the collection’s search limiters to filter your search.

Note: A current College Network Account is required for off-campus searching.

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