COMPETITIVE LAW LIBRARY AND RESOURCES
A critical measure of a quality law school education is well-developed legal research skills. Hone yours within the extensive Concord Law School library embedded right into the system platform. You are assured 24/7 access to all research materials you will need to complete your assignments, including:
- Westlaw: Among the nation’s leading online legal research services; contains thousands of databases of primary law at both the federal and state levels, as well as secondary sources.
- HeinOnline: Provides access to law reviews, journals, treatises, and a historical record of the Federal Register.
- Vault.com: Provides in-depth intelligence on what it's really like to work in an industry, company, or profession and how to position yourself to land your ideal job.
- CALI lessons: Cover topics ranging from professional responsibility to torts, provide practice in drafting contracts, and allow you to explore the intricacies of intellectual property.
Ask questions and get prompt responses via email. Our Assistant Dean of Information Services is Professor Shaun Jamison, JD, PhD. He is available to answer your questions and assist you in your research. Professor Jamison also teaches Legal Research, a required course in both the JD and EJD programs. Students learn and practice efficient, effective online and book-based research to maximize their skills.
Additional Kaplan University Access
In addition to the extensive Concord Law School library, you’ll also have unlimited access to all resources and services of the Kaplan University Online Library, which contains thousands of additional periodicals and e-books to aid your research.