Faculty & Staff
Researching & Writing
Journals in Law, Justice & Culture
Considering Law School
Resources for Researchers
Ohio University Library Resources
Includes links to the ALICE library catalog, OhioLINK library exchange, and the instructional media library.
Illiad Interlibrary Loan
Find books and resources outside of the OhioLINK System.
Broad connection to article databases and indexes for anthropology, geography, government, law, political science, and sociology.
Free writing tutoring for your papers, assignments, and thesis is available at Ohio University's Student Writing Center. Schedule online at WCONLINE.
External Resources for Legal Research
A metasite of links maintained by the American Bar Association. Includes federal, state, and international resources; legal education and employment; and more.
Full Text Online Resources
Extensive full-text collection of journals.
Search the full text of state, federal, and international legal materials as well as news.
Site for legal research, including resources on Academic Law Journals & Law Reviews, National Law Review Journals, and student resources on legal education.
Search the full text of regional and national newspapers. See also OU's library resource.
Writing, Citation & Style Guides
UNC Writing Center - Disciplinary Style Guides
A collection of style guides & writing handouts, including handouts on writing for the fields of anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, & sociology.
AAA Style Guide
Citation and style guidelines of the American Anthropological Association. (Available as a PDF here.)
APSA Style Guide
Citation and style guidelines of the American Political Science Association. (Purchase the APSA Style Manual for Political Science here.)
ASA Style Guide
Citation and style guidelines of the American Sociological Association. (Purchase the ASA Style Guide here.)
Indiana University's tutorial on recognizing plagiarism, passing off another's ideas as your own.