Library of Louisiana - Resources
Both current and historical
publications covering all aspects of Louisiana law and government.
Complete collection of primary resources: legislative acts
and journals, all appellate decisions, constitutions, revised
statutes, administrative law, etc.
Slip opinions from
Louisiana Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal
All primary source
materials--historical and current--from all three branches
of government, such as legislative history materials, administrative
law, and all published federal court opinions.
Law of the other
- Complete up-to-date codes, session laws, and court rules
- Complete historical collection including all legislative
acts, codes and published opinions from all states, extending
back to their colonial or territorial beginnings
Reporter System and American Digest System
of all American appellate opinions and finding aids.
and loose-leaf publications
in all subject areas of American law.
of law reviews from many law schools, state and national bar
journals, and other legal periodicals.
The library is a
selective depository for both United States and Louisiana
government documents, and has an extensive collection of historical
and current documents. The library is also a depository for
materials published by the State
Justice Institute .
Westlaw searches: performed by lawyer/librarians and billed
at $25 per search in Westlaw Public Access databases; other
databases billed from $9 per minute.
public access terminals available for use for Legal Research
Electronic resources available:
Use of these resources is free; printing charge: $.15 per
Westlaw Patron Access
- all state and federal primary source material, Louisiana
civil law treatises, Louisiana Practice Series, and much more
Legaltrac - periodical
Loislaw - Federal
and state primary source material
Hein Online - text
of law review articles
Marcive - Web based
index to US Government Documents
Code of the City of New Orleans