Description: Search the library catalogs of
the four University of Missouri campuses. Besides
searching the entire University of Missouri System,
you may limit your search to just this library, this
campus, or the law school in Columbia.
Description: Search OCLC WorldCat, the
world's largest catalog with over 10,000 libraries. This
version is for UMKC only. The advantage of this version
(over the free version) is that it permits you to
request items through interlibrary loan services.
Description: Search the free version OCLC WorldCat,
the world's largest catalog with over 10,000 libraries. This
version detects your geographic proximity and will indicate
where items are in libraries close to your location.
Description: IndexMaster is designed to help
find secondary legal titles. It does what ordinary
catalogs do not do by providing searchable access to
indexes and tables of contents for thousands of legal
titles, including looseleafs on treatises. It is a great
resource for finding a title on a specific subject.
However, it does not provide access to the text itself.
Description: ESTC covers material printed
from 1473-1800 in the British Isles, Colonial America,
USA (1776-1800), Canada, or territories governed by
Britain, in all languages, and items printed elsewhere
wholly or partly in English. It is a union catalogue of
holdings in the British Library and more than 2,000
other libraries worldwide. Many of the items
listed in ESTC may be available in full-text in
Early English Books Online or
Eighteenth Century Collection Online.
Description: The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with more
than 138 million items, including more than 32 million books and other print
materials, 2.9 million recordings, 12.5 million photographs, 5.3
million maps, 5.5 million pieces of sheet music and 61 million manuscripts.
Wile the Library of Congress does not lend items out, it is an essential resource for in-depth,
Description: EBBO is the source for the
earliest Anglo-American law books. It contains digital
facsimile page images of virtually every work printed in
England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and British North
America and works in English printed elsewhere from
1473-1700 - from the first book printed in English by
William Caxton, through the English Civil War. Because
database text is not fully searchable, you
will need to use subject, keyword, and title fields to locate items.
Description: ECCO is a comprehensive digital database
of The Eighteenth Century, the world’s largest
library of the printed book on microfilm.
Approximately 138,000 English-language titles and
editions published between 1701 and 1800 (including over
10,000 law titles). Additional titles are still
being added to the collection. When complete, the
service will allow full-text searching of 26 million
pages of material, in essence, every significant
English-language and foreign-language title printed in
the United Kingdom, along with thousands of important
works from the Americas.
Description: The HeinOnline Legal Classics
Library offers more than 1,200 works from some of
the greatest legal minds in history, including Joseph
Story, Louis Brandeis, Benjamin N. Cardozo and Edward
Coke. In addition to many "classics", this collection
includes rare items that are found in only a handful of
libraries around the world. The collection focuses on
constitutional law, political science, and other classic
Other important historical databases on
HeinOnline, include: Code of Federal Regulations,
English Reports, Full Reprint (1220-1865),
European Center for Minority Issues, Federal Register
Library, Foreign & International Law ResourcesDatabase, Foreign Relations of the United
States, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure,Philip C. Jessup Library, Session Laws Library,
Treaties and Agreements Library, U.S. Attorney
General Opinions, U.S. Federal Legislative
History Library, U.S. Presidential Library,
U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Supreme Court
Library, and the World Trials Library.
Description: MOML is a database of legal treatises comprising over 21,000
works from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries on British
Commonwealth and American law, with 14,900 titles from the
nineteenth century and 7,100 titles from the years 1900 to
1926. It covers nearly every aspect of law, encompassing a
range of analytical, theoretical, and practical literature,
some very rare. The monographs and materials in Legal
Treatises include casebooks, local practice manuals, books on
legal form, works for lay readers, pamphlets, letters, and
speeches. The collection is of interest to scholars and
patrons interested in domestic and international law, legal
history, business and economics, politics and government,
national defense, criminology, religion, education, labor and
social welfare, and military justice.
Users should start with MERLIN
(center blue ring), representing the University of Missouri's collective library
system, and then work their way outward to MOBIUS
(yellow ring), representing university and college libraries in Missouri,
and then finally, to WorldCat(orange ring).
MERLIN provides the longest loans, the quickest response, and is the least
costly for the University system. The next best lending system is
MOBIUS, and finally