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new additionWest Academic Study Aids provides access to overviews of legal subject areas; outlines; case briefs; exam prep; and career guides. Open to all KU students, faculty, and staff when connecting to the Internet.

new additionEveryCRSReport.com is a project of Demand Progress in collaboration with the Congressional Data Coalition — a bipartisan coalition founded by Demand Progress and the R Street Institute to promote open legislative information.

ProQuest Legislative Insight module A is a Federal legislative history service with compilations of digital full text publications created by Congress during the legislative process. Funded collaboratively by the KU Libraries and the School of Law Wheat Law Library. Licensed for all KU students, faculty, and staff connecting to the Internet.

Legal Ebooks EBL is a web-based ebook lending platform delivering a rapidly expanding catalogue of legal ebooks. Available to KU Law students, staff, and faculty only. KU Law faculty, staff, and students will need to create individual accounts

OA The One-University Open Access Fund at The University of Kansas.

What IS Open Access?  See the online guide .

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