Sophisticated litigation and law firm analytics; easy docket search interface with access to full-text of complaints, motions, orders, and other litigation documents. Comprehensive practice centers cover Tax, Privacy, Health, Labor & Employment, and more. Includes access to BNA secondary sources and practice guides as well as the full complement of state & federal cases, statutes, and regulations. [For current USF law faculty, students & staff. Requires an individual Bloomberg Law account.]
Self-paced quizzes on first-year and bar topic subjects written by law professors, plus hundreds of online tutorials on other law school course topics. [For USF law students & law faculty only. To register for your individual account, ask for a CALI "authorization code" at the Zief research center or email research librarian John Shafer from your USF email account.]
Full-text legal materials with exact page images. Includes: law reviews and journals; bar journals; federal statutory, congressional, and administrative materials; U.S. Reports; historical law books; some international law materials; English Reports; and more. HeinOnline also includes Fastcase Premium caselaw features, thanks to USF's Fastcase subscription. [On-campus HeinOnline link.]
Legislative Insight's sophisticated search of compiled federal legislative history documents quickly retrieves the most relevant documents. Includes access to: Public Law text; all versions of enacted & related bills; Congressional Record excerpts; committee hearings; and committee reports. Also includes Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports, committee prints, and Presidential signing statements. See the Quick Start Guide for more. Coverage begins with 1789
Search and access the full-text of CEB's practice guides on California law. [If the main OnLaw link is not working, try this OnLaw link for USF on-campus access. OnLaw works best with the Chrome browser, especially for off-campus access.]
Sophisticated search interface for and full-text access to Congressional hearings and reports, Congressional Research Service reports, the Serial Set, committee prints, and other important federal legislative history materials, covering both enacted laws and non-enacted legislation. (Joint Gleeson Library/Zief Library subscription.) [On-campus alternative: ProQuest Congressional (on-campus link)]
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports on audits, surveys, investigations, and evaluations of federal programs Comptroller General decisions and opinions "areas of federal law such as appropriations, bid protests, and federal agency rulemaking."
Trellis includes: California Superior Court dockets and tentative rulings; Reports and analytics on California Superior Court Judges. [Individual password required. Trellis is free to USF Law students, faculty and staff who register (via the "Sign In" button) using their USF email address.]