A collection of reputable free legal resources for performing cost-effective legal research.
(For Charleston School of Law Alumni only. Password is posted under CSOL Alumni Access.)
The HeinOnline Law Journal Library contains more than 1,800 law and law-related periodicals. The collection includes ABA Journals, most cited journals, and international and non-U.S. law journals. Coverage is from the first issue published for each journal and goes through the most current issues allowed by publishers. Search by article title, author, subject, state or country published, or full text. “Articles that cite this article” feature allows user to determine scholarly impact of the article they are using. Articles available in PDF format.
The library provides three terminals which give alumni and the practicing bar access to Lexis. Coverage includes federal and state primary sources of law, South Carolina, Martindale Hubbell, law reviews, and sources of law arranged by practice area.
A series of YouTube videos from the Charleston School of Law on various lecture topics.
Find out what resources the library makes available to alumni and the practicing bar and how to access them.
Locate the library’s print reporters, digests, codes, regulations and major treatises on the shelves.
Use librarian-prepared LibGuides to start researching.
Alumni can reserve Conference Room 104 or Room 105 in the Charleston School of Law Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library for conference room needs and purposes. The rooms are equipped with a whiteboard, desk, monitor, and conference room table and chairs. It seats 6. Wireless access is available. The room can be booked online 48 hours in advance for 3 hours. To make a reservation in advance of 48 hours, please contact Marisa Henthorn at 843.377.2421.