Bloomberg Law

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 (and make sure to use your Suffolk e-mail address). New students entering in Fall 2018 received an email from the library in August with an activation code to use when registering for Bloomberg Law.

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If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please email: Liza Rosenof, Legal Research Librarian.