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Trial Databases

This website contains databases that the Coleman Karesh Law Library is testing for potential purchase for students and faculty use. Please use these databases to see if they fit into your informational needs. The databases can be accesses by clicking on the picture icons. Please help us out by filling out the short 5-question survey linked at the bottom of the page for the databases that you have accessed. If you have any questions please contact Gloria Zinky at 7-5898 or via email.

19th Century Masterfile

19th Century Masterfile gives researchers a single resource for exploring pre-1930 literature, and linking to full text, where available. Through 19th Century Masterfile you can search every relevant index to the vast trove of English and foreign language materials published prior to 1930, expanding your understanding and making your research as comprehensive as possible.

19th Century Masterfile


Nellco - Gale Databases

“With 1.85 million pages, comprising approximately 1,350 titles and 2,225 volumes, Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources is a virtual gold mine of information for legal historians.”

Nellco - Gale Databases

The Making of Modern Law:

  • MoML V, Primary Sources Part II (1763-1970)
  • MoML IV, Primary Sources Part I (1620-1926)
  • MoML III, Trials (1600-1900)

Other Databases:

  • LegalTrac – legal periodicals index with full-text, offered on an annual subscription basis
  • LegalForms – legal forms of all varieties vetted by attorneys and used in many law firms

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