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Supreme Court Law Library

Biblioteca de Derecho del Tribunal Supremo

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This list of items has every entry from each of the Electronic Resources lists.

Note that it is still not a list of every electronic resource available from the Supreme Court Law Library. To know the complete holdings of the law library you would need to check the catalog or call the reference desk.

  • Academic OneFile 
    Find peer-reviewed, full-text articles from academic journals and reference sources. Millions of articles available in both PDF and HTML full-text with no restrictions, including full-text coverage of the New York Times since 1995. (State Library's El Portal)
     
  • Associations Unlimited International, Regional, State, and Local, and IRS Data on Nonprofits 
    The premier source for associations - use this database to locate approximately 437,500 international and U.S. regional, state, and local nonprofit membership organizations in all fields, including IRS data on U.S. 501(c) nonprofit organizations. (Making of Modern LawThis resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Code of Federal Regulations 
    This copy of the Code of Federal Regulations is accessible to browse and search, and it also have information on updates to a regulation when the “Update” tab above that statute is clicked. (Legal Information Institute)
     
  • Congressional Publications (Hearings) 
    Access to Congressional Hearings is available up to 1979. This guide explains how to use this resource. (Proquest) This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Criminal Justice Collection 
    Over 150 journals dealing with Criminal Justice. Users can browse by journal title or search over 6 million articles published since 1980 in all the the journals. (State Library's El Portal)
     
  • Federal and State Cases 
    All opinions by courts in the U.S.A. are available to search starting from 1950. From the Google search box enter the citation, a party's name, or keywords on your legal issue. (Google Scholar)
     
  • Federal Digital Library (FDsys) 
    The Government Printing Office's FDsys holds digital copies of many federal laws and legislative materials. Authenticated copies of both the Code of Federal Regulations and the U.S. Code that can be searched under the “Advanced Search” screen. Because the copies are authenticated, many citation rules permit one to cite to these copies as if to the official copy. (FDsys)
     
  • Google Scholar (Articles) 
    Search for articles from Law Reviews and Academic Journals. Note that to get access to the full-text of the article you may have to search for the title of the journal that published the article the library's catalog. (Google Scholar)
     
  • HeinOnline 
    HeinOnline is a collection of digital libraries dealing with legal matters. It contains over 100 million pages of legal history. In addition to its vast collection of law journals, HeinOnline also contains the United States Code, the U.S. Statutes at LargeCongressional Record Bound volumes in entirety, Federal Legislative History, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754, famous world trials dating back to the early 1700′s, legal classics from the 16th to the 20th centuries, the United Nations and League of Nations Treaty Series, all the United States' Treaties and Agreements, the Federal Register from inception in 1936, the Code of Federal Regulations from inception in 1938, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, each state's Session Laws andHistorical Statutes, and much more. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
    • New Mexico's Session Laws 
      This section of HeinOnline's Session Law Library provides access to the Session Laws of New Mexico from the Kearny Code of 1846 to within 60 days of the latest printed Session Laws. (HeinOnline
      This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
       
  • Legal Information Institute (LII) 
    The LII has the U.S. Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, and a Legal Encyclopedia among other resources. The interface provides an “update“ to check the currency of statutes and regulations. (Legal Information Institute)
     
  • Legal Treatises 1800-1926 
    "The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926" provides digital images of 22,000 legal treatises on US and British law published from 1800 through 1926. Full-text searching on more than 10 million pages provides researchers access to critical legal history in ways not previously possible. (Making of Modern LawThis resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Legal Treatises on New Mexico 1800-1926 
    Resources from the Making of Modern Law's Legal Treatises database covering years 1800-1926. This list is limited to items with "New Mexico" in the title. (Making of Modern LawThis resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • LegalTrac 
    Use this database to find articles in all major law reviews, law journals, specialty law and bar association journals and legal newspapers. Included are articles on Federal and State Cases, Laws and Regulations, and Legal Practice and Taxation Materials. Topics also include the the British Commonwealth, the European Union, and International Law. (State Library's El Portal)
     
  • Making of Modern Law
    The law library subscribes to several electronic resources with through "The Making of Modern Law." These are accessible by password to those who work at the courts. Please call or stop by the reference desk for the password. We have access to four databases through this platform: (1) Associations Unlimited International, Regional, State, and Local, and IRS Data on Nonprofits; (2) The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926; (3) The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources; and (4) U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1832-1978. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
    • Associations Unlimited International, Regional, State, and Local, and IRS Data on Nonprofits 
      The premier source for associations - use this database to locate approximately 437,500 international and U.S. regional, state, and local nonprofit membership organizations in all fields, including IRS data on U.S. 501(c) nonprofit organizations. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
       
    • The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926
      "The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926" provides digital images of 22,000 legal treatises on US and British law published from 1800 through 1926. Full-text searching on more than 10 million pages provides researchers access to critical legal history in ways not previously possible. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
       
      • Legal Treatises on New Mexico 1800-1926 
        Resources from the Making of Modern Law's Legal Treatises database covering years 1800-1926. This list is limited to items with "New Mexico" in the title. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
         
    • The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources 
      Designed to complement The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, this archive offers online access to state and municipal codes, documents relating to constitutional conventions, and other resources in American legal history. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
       
    • Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1830-1978 
      Containing nearly 11 million pages of records and briefs brought before the U.S. Supreme Court in the period 1832-1978, this product provides an essential primary source tool for the study of all aspects of American history as well as the U.S. judicial system. This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
       
  • New Mexico Administrative Code 
    This is the official copy of the New Mexico Administrative Code, and it is accessible to search and browse. (Administrative Law Division of the Commission of Public Records).
     
  • New Mexico Case Law 
    All New Mexico's Appellate Court and Supreme Court opinions are available to browse (but not search). (New Mexico Compilation Commission)
     
  • New Mexico Constitutional Convention, 1969  (Making of Modern Law
    This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • New Mexico Statutes 
    New Mexico's Statutes are available to browse and search at the Compilation Commission's website. When accessing this site, one must indicate by clicking “OK” that you one is using a reasonably sized monitor with a keyboard. If not, one may select “Tablet/Smartphone” and then click “OK” to use that access point. In either case, once at the main search area browse the statutes by opening them in the upper left corner. In the desktop view, click the small plus signs next to the folders to open them up. In the Tablet/Smartphone view (again in the upper left corner) click the “content” icon to open up the directory to choose a resource. The Statutes are called “NMSA (Unannotated)”. (New Mexico Compilation Commission)
     
  • New Mexico's OneSource 
    This resource contains all New Mexico's case law and current statutes with annotations. This is the premium version of the Compilation Commission's free online resource. (New Mexico Compilation CommissionThis resource is only available from the law library's publicly accessible computers.
     
  • New Mexico's Session Laws 
    This section of HeinOnline's Session Law Library provides access to the Session Laws of New Mexico from the Kearny Code of 1846 to within 60 days of the latest printed Session Laws. (HeinOnline)  This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Newsbank Newspapers 
    Search U.S. news content from local, regional, and national sources. Its includes printed and online newspapers, blogs, journals, newswires, broadcast transcripts, and videos. (State Library's El Portal)
     
  • Opposing Viewpoints In Context 
    Research current and controversial social issues surrounded with documents that put them each into a larger context. Topic overviews that present a context to frame reading of individual texts. Texts include articles from magazines, academic journals, and news sources. Texts include primary source documents, statistics, images, videos, audio recordings. (State Library's El Portal)
     
  • Oxford English Dictionary and Thesaurus (OED) 
    The OED has both present-day and historical uses and pronunciations of words. In addition, the historical thesaurus shows how words relate to other words by arranging the words by meaning instead of alphabetically. (Oxford English Dictionary)  This resource is only available in the law library or the courts (including the Metro Court).
     
  • El Portal 
    El Portal is a collection of databases that provide free 24/7 access to resources such as newspapers, magazine and journal articles, and books such as encyclopedias. Materials are available for all age ranges and interests. New Mexico's State Library provided this resource from Gale Cengage Learning to those in New Mexico. (State Library)
     
  • Primary Sources 
    Designed to complement The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises, this archive offers online access to state and municipal codes, documents relating to constitutional conventions, and other resources in American legal history. (Making of Modern LawThis resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1830-1978 
    Containing nearly 11 million pages of records and briefs brought before the U.S. Supreme Court in the period 1832-1978, this product provides an essential primary source tool for the study of all aspects of American history as well as the U.S. judicial system.  (Making of Modern LawThis resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • United States Code
  • West's Encyclopedia of American Law 
    * Once the page loads, click "Law" from the subject list on the left. 
    Find current information on more than 5,000 legal topics. Includes completely revised articles covering important issues, biographies, definitions of legal terms and more. Covers such high-profile topics as the Americans with Disabilities Act, capital punishment, domestic violence, gay and lesbian rights, and physician-assisted suicide. (State Library's El Portal)  This resource is only available in the law library or the courts.
     
  • Westlaw: Classic 
    This legal research platform contains both the law and information about the law. 
    From the Supreme Court Library's computers, select Westlaw from the desktop to access this resource. (Westlaw
    From the Supreme Court Library's computers, select Westlaw from the desktop to access this resource. 
    This resource is only available from the law library's publicly accessible computers.