Reference, Research & Instructional Services
Please feel free to call, email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit us in person. We would be delighted to give you a tour of RCLL and acquaint you with everything we have to offer. We’d also like to know of and assist with your research interests.
We can visit you in your office to help you access resources. We can show you how to access resources from off campus too—while at home, or traveling, etc.
See also: https://library.stanford.edu/using/connect-campus/connect-campus-faq
Whether it is introducing students to the library’s catalog, familiarizing them with LexisNexis and Westlaw and Bloomberg Law, providing research guidance for a class project, or delving into specialized databases and current awareness products, we are eager to assist you in developing students’ research skills.
For more information, see the Faculty Services Brochure
Library Catalog Portal
SearchWorks, Stanford’s library catalog, is your gateway to the holdings of the Stanford University Libraries. The catalog allows you to keyword search and browse through electronic and print resources owned by the law library as well as the numerous other libraries on campus.
Available through Socrates, the e-journals list allows you to browse by journal title or search by keyword to determine where and how to access electronic versions of your favorite journals.
The Stanford community enjoys access to a wide variety of databases. These databases include content such as historical newspaper archives (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times), current corporate news (Business Source Complete) and much, much more.
LexisNexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg Law, and Fastcase Access
We are happy to set up accounts for faculty and staff. Please forward requests for passwords to email@example.com.
The library subscribes to a growing number of online databases including: RIA Checkpoint, Courtlink, Hein Online, Supreme Court Records and Briefs, and Making of Modern Law. These databases contain the full text of thousands of treatises, briefs, numerous journals and newspapers, as well as bibliographic information on a wide variety of subjects.