Legal Research Databases Available At ACLL

Legal databases available at ACLL

Alameda County Law Library provides free, public access to a number of databases used for legal research.

This week, we highlight –   Lexis Advance

Lexis Advance provides cases, statutes, and administrative code searching for federal and state law.

Delivery options include printing, downloading to a flash drive, and emailing documents in different formats including Word.

California law researchers can find many helpful California resources including full text of treatises and practice guides.  Available are:

  • California Forms of Pleading and Practice – full text with forms
  • Matthew Bender practice guides
  • California Points and Authorities
  • Briefs, Pleadings, and Motions file
  • Administrative and agency materials
  • California jury verdicts and settlements

and many more California subject-specific titles published by Lexis

ACLL’s Lexis Advance account can only be accessed by using the library’s public computers.

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