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Researching a Law School Seminar Paper or Law Review Note: Locating Statistics, News, Definitions, and Other Materials

Databases and resources for law students researching a seminar paper or law review note.

Useful Data and Statistics

Also, check out the following Vanderbilt library research guides devoted to the following topics:

News and Current Awareness

News items in major world newspapers and media outlets can often be located on their webpages, or with a well employed Google News search. However, there are a few very useful resources when doing comprehensive news searching: 

Dictionaries and Other Helpful Reference Materials

Company and Industry Information

A couple of the more user-friendly for a non-business user are Hoover's, and Bloomberg Law. Both of these offer basic company information, including incorporation details, leadership details and contacts, and financial disclosures. You may find Bloomberg Law a more familiar interface to work with as a first step, and then turn to Hoover's for even more information.

For more specific company and industry information, check out the following guides from the Walker Management Library!