The Law Library makes available to the Law School community a number of legal research databases. Additionally, all of the electronic resources available through the University Libraries are available for law school use as well. The University Libraries maintain a complete list of their databases.
More Databases Available at UT University Libraries
More Databases Available from University Libraries
The Almanac of the Federal Judiciary is a comprehensive guide to the federal courts. It includes every federal district, circuit, bankruptcy and magistrate judge and provides detailed information on a judge's educational and professional background; financial information and potential conflicts of interest; media coverage and noteworthy decisions; courtroom personnel and individual courtroom preferences and procedures. Also featured are anonymous, candid lawyer evaluations. Subscribers will also have access to archived material of former judges of the federal courts. The Almanac is updated monthly. It is current through November 2016.
Investment Arbitration Reporter provides access to news and analysis resources that track international arbitrations between foreign investors and sovereign governments. IAReporter offers in-depth coverage of investment arbitration, with a special focus on the investigation of unreported cases and rapid review and analysis of legal documents and important policy developments. They also provide comprehensive and up-to-date data on investor-state claims.
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