Use GULLiver Discovery to search almost all of the library's resources.
It combines our catalog holdings with holdings of select databases such
as HeinOnline and Academic Search Premier. Results can be limited based
on format (e.g. electronic), year, availability and more.
GULLiver is our primary catalog. It contains permanent links to all Law Library print and electronic resources.
GULLiver is also the resource to access your library account, check item availability, or place a library item on hold.
The database list provides quick access to all of the library's research databases, which you can search by title or description.
The library section of the Georgetown Law website includes our research guides, tutorials, treatise finders,
and comprehensive information about the library and its services and policies.
Heard the buzz about Serial and want to know more? The library has you covered.
Need help researching Native American Law? Use our legal research guide.
Trying to decipher the Bluebook? Check out our citation guide and tutorials.
Today we've got video of our last panel from the #linkrot symposium on more strategies to keep link content alive. Featuring our own Leah Prescot, Associate Law Librarian for Digital Initiatives; Kim Dulin, Associate Director for Collection Development and Digitization at Harvard Law School; and E. Dana Neacşu, Reference Librarian and Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School. http://ow.ly/EF7DD