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Headnotes and digests are often under-utilized research tools. These sources take the various points of law in cases and arrange them into a subject oriented structure. Online headnotes are an extension of their original print digest counterparts that have been printed for more than 150 years. Check the headnotes of cases that are on point or start your research with a search of headnotes.
Accessing ConLaw Online Resources
You will find the database suggestions listed in the next two pages in the GMU database collections. For sources with a legal focus go to the Law Related Databases page. Additional sources covering a wide spectrum of subjects can be found on the General Database page.
Many of these resources are governed by license agreements that limit use to Scalia Law School students, faculty, staff, and onsite users of Mason Libraries. Some databases are limited to members of the Scalia Law School community only. GMU two-factor authentication is needed for off-campus use of most resources.