The law library provides access to OhioLINK and a number of other databases. Some will require a password and others can only be accessed when connecting from a UD server (UD Only). Students and faculty can obtain passwords from a reference staff member, if they have not been given to you. Dayton students and faculty can also gain access to most OhioLINK databases when using their own Internet provider.
- Electronic Journal Center: Full text articles dealing with politics, political science and law
- Databases: Concerning Law, Legislation and Public Policy; includes the following:
Other databases available via Law Library subscriptions
- Hein Online: Access to full text legal journals and law reviews (UD Only)
- CALI Lessons: Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction; more than 270 interactive lessons and tutorials. Registration required; contact Susan Elliott, director, at selliott1
- Please Note: CALI has banned all accounts affiliated with Hotmail email addresses. Users with such accounts can email CALI with an alternative email address or create a new account. Creating a new account will cause a user to lose all access to previous lesson information. For more information, read the notice from CALI.
- The Making of Modern Law: Foreign, Comparative, and International Law, c. 1600-1926
- The Making of Modern Law: Legal Treatises 1800-1926
- The Making of Modern Law databases require no password when accessing the databases on campus via a computer with University of Dayton network connection. Students, faculty and staff can access the databases while off campus with a password; for password information, contact a Zimmerman Law Library Reference Librarian.
- National Consumer Law Center
- Verdict Search (contact a Zimmerman Law Library Reference Librarian for access)