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LAW 9106 - Music and Copyright Seminar: Non-Law Sources

This guide is intended to serve as a resource for students in Professor Fishman's Music and Copyright Seminar.

To fully research your seminar paper, you may need to find information outside of the usual law sources, including statistics, policy positions, and other information not found on Westlaw, Lexis Advance, or Bloomberg Law. Often times, advocacy groups such as the ones mentioned throughout this LibGuide will have helpful materials.  Another place you can find non-law materials are in other Vanderbilt University Databases.  This page collects some resources that may be helpful when doing this type of research.

The following is a collection of websites maintained by music industry, artist, and advocacy organizations. Some are designed to be neutral and educational, while others may have a specific bias or agenda.

We have access to many non-legal databases through other Vanderbilt University libraries. To see the complete list of databases we have access to, go to the Vanderbilt University Libraries Databases page. If you are accessing these databases from off-campus you may be prompted to log-in using your VUNetID.

Some databases that might be particularly helpful: