Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Dr. Yolanda Jones, Director of the Library
Ms. Linda Sobey, Assistant Director for Technical Services
Ms. Melanie Solon, Acquisitions Librarian
Mr. Paul McLaughlin, Reference Librarian
Mrs. Achara Stone, Circulation Librarian
Mrs. Phyllis Allen, Library Technical Assistant Supervisor
Below are websites to help you with article publication. If you need assistance, please contact the library at x3289.
The Law Journal Rankings project lists journals in many subject areas. Choose your subject area from the drop down menu and then click on the blue SUBMIT button. The links include contact information for the journal.
The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is often used for pre-prints; accounts are free. For more information, see this article about SSRN and submitting an article.
World Trials Library (HeinOnline)
HeinOnline’s World Trials collection contains not only trial transcripts and other critical court documents, but also
trial-related resources such as monographs which analyze and debate the decisions of famous trials. It also includes
biographies of many of the greatest trial lawyers in history.
State Statutes: A Historical Archive (HeinOnline)
State Statutes: A Historical Archive includes superseded state statutes for all fifty states. Search the statutes by state, date, description and text. Coverage goes back until 1717.
Immigration Law and Policy in the U.S. (HeinOnline)
This monumental collection is a compilation of the most important historical documents and legislation related to immigration in the United States as well as current hearings, debates and recent developments in immigration law. This first comprehensive database includes BIA Precedent Decisions, legislative histories, law and policy titles, extradition titles, scholarly articles, an extensive bibliography, and other related works.
In addition to standard library services, the Public Services staff offers the following services for faculty:
1. Research assistance with specific topics.
2. Research training for faculty and research assistants.
3. Guest lecturing on research in doctrinal classes.
4. Creation of LibGuides on professors' topics of choice.
For assistance with any of these, please contact a reference librarian.
We regret that we cannot offer cite-checking services for faculty papers.