Dictionaries- We recommend that you purchase your own but here are some that the UCONN Law Library has for you to use in the Library:
The UCONN Law Library holds a number of foreign language legal dictionaries. The easiest way to find them is to search the Online Catalog for the LC Subject Heading: Law Dictionaries [and the name of the language you want] So for Spanish it would be: Law Dictionaries Spanish.
Thesauri - use to find synoyms:
If you have a citation to a particular legal periodical:
If you have a citation to a particular non legal periodical
To figure out full-titles of legal periodical when you have an abbreviation use:
To figure out full titles of non-legal periodicals when you have an abbreviation, use:
If you wish to find articles on a particular subject and do not have a citation, use
To find books or journals that the UCONN Law Library has, use:
To find books or journals that the UCONN Law Library does not have but which you can borrow through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), use:
See Interlibrary Loan Services for more information.
Here are some of the books that the UCONN Law Library has that you might find useful:
Writing and Research:
For more on legal citation, see the Cite-checking Guide for Journal Members LibGuide
Use these to get an introduction to a topic and citations to key case and statutory law and to secondary materials. Note that these materials are available electronically on Westlaw.