experience of student and faculty alike, Lloyd Law College has subscription of internationally acclaimed legal and other science and humanities databases. These data base are easily accessible to the registered student log-in ID, within the campus. The college currently has subscription to Hein Online, SCC Online, JSTOR, LexisNexis, etc.
Hein Online is a source for traditional legal materials such as reported cases, Constitutions, international treaties, statutes, government regulations, law reviews, law journals, magazines etc. it also provide access to treatises; historical, governmental, and political documents; legislative debates; legislative and executive branch reports; reports and other documents of international organizations. The database includes more than 100 million pages of materials online, in fully searchable, image-based format. All materials on Hein Online are available as searchable and downloadable PDFs of the original and complete documents and the materials appear exactly as they did in the original publication.
SCC Online, a Indian legal database, has vast collection of legal material. The database has a special focus on Indian resources as well as other countries… these database include the judicial decisions of Supreme Court of India (1969 onwards), Privy Council (1872-1949), High Courts in India, tribunals & commissions. All domestic statutes including central and state legislations, rules, circulars, notifications, instructions, regulations etc., are also available in SCC online. Secondary materials like Constituent Assembly Debates; reports of Commissions and Committees including Law Commission of India and Bilateral Treaties.
SCC Online also covers legal article from the leading journals such as Supreme Court Case (SCC), NUJS Law review, Asian Journal of AIR and Space Law, The Law Weekly, GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics, GNLU Law Review, Developing World Review on Trade & Competition, Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review, Dhaka University Law Journal New and National Law School of India Review. SCC Online also covers international materials including law decisions & judgments of Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Bangladesh, South Africa and West Africa, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Botswana, United Kingdom, Supreme Court judgments of United States & Canada, judgments of WIPO (Domain Name Decisions) from 2002 onwards, Human Rights Treaties and Conventions.
LEXIS NEXIS ACADEMIC
LexisNexis Academic is one of the most extensive research tools available to college faculty and students. It allows access to legal, news and business research resources. Legal research sources have both primary and secondary and comprises of Federal court decisions- including U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Appellate Courts and U.S. District Courts from their inception plus specialty courts such as U.S. Bankruptcy and U.S. Tax Courts. Federal laws from 1988; Federal regulations, including Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Attorneys General opinions and federal acquisition regulations and supplements; State court decisions for all 50 states and territories. The news resources include, both current and archives, of More than 3,000 newspapers,2,000 plus magazines, journals and newsletters, such as Newsweek, Variety, broadcast transcripts from ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, CNN and other major news channels internationally. It also provides access to wire services including The Associated Press, Business Wire and PR Newswire and Blogs and video blogs. The Business research sources include resource such as Accountancy Age, Advertising Age and Financial authorities such as Standard and Poor’s Corporate Descriptions, Hoover’s Company Reports, plus international company and stock reports, etc.
It was started at the India International Center Library in January 1988 and was registered as a society in 1992. Its main aim is to collect, store and disseminate information besides offering computerized services to users, to coordinate efforts for suitable collection development and also to reduce unnecessary duplication wherever possible.
HOW TO ACCESS?
• Campus wide unlimited access through Captive Portal via Wi-Fi.
• SCC Online : Registration required to access SCC Online, select Login Type "IP Registered User" and login your email-ID* and click on Sign In.
• Hein Online: You can also access Hein Online through SCC Online.
• LexisNexis: Open link through URL.