= Available on campus to all & off campus with your Mitchell login.
= Available on campus only.
= Requires individual login. See Reference for assistance.
For Access Help
including authentication, contact Anne Poulter.
Lexis, Bloomberg and Westlaw
Students receive Westlaw,Lexis and Bloomberg passwords during small group orientation. Questions about password registration can be directed to The Reference Desk.
Your password is limited to your use only and only for educational (class work or faculty research) purposes. If you have any concerns about usage restrictions please contact Karen Westwood.
When you print through Lexis, you can choose to have your printouts go to the dedicated printer located in Lab 2A in the Library. The Lexis printer is labeled as “701523 Lexis Computer Lab”. The printer is provided and maintained by Lexis and they provide the paper and toner for them. Please print only what you need and pick up printouts as soon as possible.
Documentation and Training
The vendors provide handouts in lab 2A and student vendor reps have regular hours in the lab to help. Vendors reps are also more than willing to set up individual training sessions for those who want them. Please contact Karen Westwood for information.
Multidisciplinary database including general magazines, scholarly journals, business and technology publications, law journals, and newspapers (7,149 full text).
Multidisciplinary database covering many areas of academic study. Provides indexing and abstracts to over 8,000 publications with full text of over 4,650 titles. Includes links to full text in JSTOR. Provided by ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota).
Index to United Nations documents and publications
A compilation of legislative histories, treaties, federal case law, and scholarly articles on Indian Law.
Legislative and executive documents, 1789-1838
Over 110 titles available online.
Access to business resources, including scholarly journals (over2,300 in full text), country economic reports and company profiles. Provided by ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota).
Computer-Assisted Legal Instructions. Interactive lessons in substantive law.
Primary and secondary resources on tax law. First time users must register using a networked computer to set up a personal login. See reference if you need assistance.
Full text access to the newspaper, Chronicle of Higher Education.
Over 8,000 ebooks, both fiction and nonfiction.
Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, MasterFILE Premier,Regional Business News, ERIC, AltHealthWatch, Health Source, Professional Development Collection (Education) and Library, Information Science, & Technology Abstracts
Access to a comprehensive 50-state and federal case law and statutes database.
Introduction to the legal system of foreign jurisdictions, including bibliographic citations to primary sources and selected secondary sources
Includes General Business File, Informe (Hispanic magazines), Educator’s Reference, and a variety of K-12 materials. Provided by ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota).
Full text, searchable databases of law reviews and journals. Also includes access to the Federal Register, United States Reports, U.S. treaties and agreements, Presidential papers,legal classics and world trials.
Full text, searchable database of journals, legislative histories, treatises and manuals on copyright, patent and trademark law.
A subject index to selected international and comparative law periodicals and collections of essays.
Index to law reviews, law books, bar journals, university publications, yearbooks, institutes and government publications (some full text).
Index to law reviews, law books, bar journals, university publications, yearbooks, institutes and government publications from 1908-1981 (some full text).
Full-text access to a wide variety of social science and business journals
Index to law reviews, legal newspapers, bar journals and law-related articles in general publications (267 in full text).
Federal and state cases, statutes, regulations as well as law reviews,news sources and CRS reports.
Digitally recorded legal opinions and trial video of high-profile trials and proceedings.
(Law Library Microform Consortium) Selected historical federal and state materials (judicial, executive, and legislative)
Full text and indexes of general interest materials covering a broad range of subjects. Includes periodicals, reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and images. Provided by ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota).
Seminar materials (including forms and checklists) from Minnesota Continuing Legal Education
Index of articles in Minnesota law reviews, bar journals, and commercial publications.
Congressional information, including the CIS Index (current and retrospective), publications, testimony, bill tracking, CRS reports and member information.
Full text searching of over 500 national and international newspapers. Includes Minneapolis Tribune (1867-1922) in the historical newspapers database. Provided by ELM (Electronic Library for Minnesota)
Regional business publications (80 full text) from all areas of the United States.
Tax, accounting, and corporate finance research service. Available to Mitchell faculty, staff and students. See a reference librarian to register for individual accounts, including the ability to save searches.
Primary and secondary resources on trademark law. First time users must register using a networked computer to set up a personal login. Click on “product launch” in the upper screen to select Trademark Navigator. See reference if you need assistance.
Over 40,000 multilateral treaties and international agreements registered with the Secretary General, with related resources.
Reports, documents and journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, 1817-1994.
Constitutions and constitutional histories from countries all over the world as well as scholarly articles and books on constitutional law.