Finding Full Text Articles
Many of the library's databases contain full text articles, but others contain only citations or abstracts. You can easily determine whether full text is available by looking for the UConn Links button or link. This link will search all of the library's electronic holdings and link you to the full text article if it is available.
Electronic Resources at the Law Library
The law library has access to over 300 library research databases covering a wide range of academic subjects. The library offers databases specifically devoted to legal content, as well as multidisciplinary databases and other specialized databases.
How do I access library databases?
How do I find out if the library subscribes to an electronic journal?
Using UConn's E-Journal Locator, you can search or browse for a journal by title, or browse for a journal by subject.
Who has access to the library's databases?
Any library user can access the databases while on campus. UConn-affiliated library users can access the databases off campus by signing in with their Net IDs and passwords.
How do I use this Library Guide?
Use the tabs or the links below to explore databases by subject:
- Legal Periodical Indexes
- Legal Databases
- Multidisciplinary Databases
- Other Specialized Databases
- All UConn Libraries Databases