Core Legal Research Databases
|Lexis Digital Library (Study Aids)*||LLMC Digital|
|Nexis Uni||Online Journals|
Lexis+ has organized content for Law Schools under core areas of law found on the bar exam. These can be located under Practice Centers. Once you are in a resource, you will notice Class/Exam Prep that includes a BarBri outline and selected case briefs. Sources are organized (secondary, rules, cases, news, etc.) in addition to […]
Topic: Study Aids & Study StrategiesTime: Sep 1, 2021 01:00 PM HawaiiEvery week on Wed, until Sep 22, 2021, 4 occurrence(s) Sep 1, 2021 01:00 PM: Criminal Law Sep 8, 2021 01:00 PM: Contracts Sep 15, 2021 01:00 PM: Civil ProcedureSep 22, 2021 01:00 PM: Torts Contact Prof. Lenz for an invitation or with questions.
There is a new(ish) legal research database online: AnyLaw. It appears AnyLaw has been around since 2018 and came out for public use in June of 2020 (https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/new-machine-learning-technology-by-anylaw-disrupts-20b-legal-research-industry-301073645.html). “AnyLaw is a dynamic new way to do legal research. AnyLaw is a free and friendly legal research service that gives you unlimited access to massive amounts […]
The Law Library has a new tool to help you bypass pesky paywalls and identify items available through library subscriptions. BrowZine and LibKey Nomad are now available for UH Mānoa School of Law users. Both of the products can streamline, facilitate, and ease your research process as you browse and locate journals and articles. BrowZine allows you to […]