Bloomberg Law is a comprehensive resource for both primary and secondary source material. In addition to federal and state cases, statutes, and administrative codes, Bloomberg Law features BNA Law Reports, Manuals, and Portfolios; legal news; federal and state dockets; transactional documents; and more. Bloomberg Law has advanced features similar to those found in other major legal research databases, including terms and connectors searching; workspaces for saving searches and documents; and a citator service for cases.
Bloomberg Law is only available to current law students, faculty, and staff. Register for a Bloomberg Law account at https://www.bloomberglaw.com/activate (and make sure to use your Suffolk e-mail address). New students entering in September 2014 will receive Bloomberg Law registration information, including an activation code, from the library at Orientation.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please email: Rick Buckingham, Electronic Services and Legal Reference Librarian.