Law Library News
Posted Feb 23, 2018
JustisOne is a full-text database, allows for searching the case law, statutory and regulatory law of the United Kingdom. One of many features include multiple document view and PDF’s (when available) of the original text. Date coverage varies greatly by resource, see the listing on the database page for details. Remote access is available to current UC Davis School of Law affiliates or from computers within the Law Library. Stop by the reference desk to learn more.
Posted Feb 22, 2018
Cheetah, is the newly integrated platform from Wolters Kluwer, which has easier navigation for locating treatises on such topics as Bankruptcy and Securities, as well as, Cybersecurity and Privacy. Remote access is available to current UC Davis School of Law affiliates or from computers within the Law Library. Stop by the reference desk to learn more.
Posted Feb 21, 2018
Our latest Collection Highlights are on display in the glass case in the library lobby. We are featuring highlights from our collection in honor of Black History Month.
“Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time to pay tribute to the extraordinary and critical role African Americans have played in shaping U.S. history.”
The items on display are:
- A force for change: Beatrice Morrow Cannady & the struggle for civil rights in Oregon, 1912-1936 by Kimberley Mangun - Stacks F 881 C36 M364 2010
- A step toward Brown v. Board of Education: Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and her fight to end segregation by Cheryl Elizabeth Brown Wattley - Stacks E 185.97 F46 W38 2014
- Rebels in law: voices in history of Black women lawyers edited by J. Clay Smith, Jr. - Stacks KF 299 A35 R43 1998
- Justice older than the law: the life of Dovey Johnson Roundtree by Katie McCabe and Dovey Johnson Roundtree - Stacks KF 373 R686 M34 2009
- Fredrick L. McGhee: a life on the color line, 1861-1912 by Paul D. Nelson - Stacks KF 368 M35 N45 2002
- And the walls came tumbling down: an autobiography by Ralph Abernathy - Stacks E 185.97 A13 A3 1989
- Lloyd Gaines and the fight to end segregation by James W. Endersby and William T. Horner - Stacks KF 4757 E53 2016