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Resources for Legal Research
The Making of Modern Law
Connect students and researchers to relevant legal material from the seventeenth through the twentieth century. The Making of Modern Law covers every aspect of American and British law and digs deep into the legal traditions of Europe, Latin America, Asia, and other jurisdictions. Learn More >
Gale Digital Scholar Lab
The extensive collection of primary sources in an archive like The Making of Modern Law are made more accessible with powerful tools like Gale Digital Scholar Lab, an intuitive, cloud-based analysis platform that helps tell impactful visual stories with data. With the Lab, researchers can use digital humanities methodologies to open more valuable research pathways and make new discoveries. Explore the Lab >
Provide essential reference content for law students and researchers at every level with Gale eBooks. This industry-leading platform helps librarians and faculty create new instructional opportunities and provide greater accessibility. Browse eBooks >
Legal eBook Titles Include:
- Gale Encyclopedia of American Law
- American Law Yearbook
- Legal Issues Across the Globe