This resource is technically the online edition of a large multi-volume encyclopedia. (Such resources are most fruitfully found via the library catalog along with any other editorially-similar materials, regardless of delivery medium). However, the scope and quality of this resource are sufficiently unique to set it apart as an extremely valuable online starting point for any research in public international law topics and Oxford University Press treats it as a database. This is published in partnership with Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Laws and International Law. The online version is actually expanded from its already monumental print fore-bearer. On-campus access is IP-range based, but for remote access click here for password. About & Guided Tour.
The Making of Modern Law (MOML): Legal Treatises, 1800-1926 is a digital archive of over 22,000 fully searchable U.S. and British legal treatises. This collection covers the watershed period of legal development during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Users may choose to search either American treatises, British treatises or both. One may also preselect up to as many as 10 topics to browse at a time from a list of almost 100 broad legal topics. The year of publication or a range of years may be specified. You can choose from Basic or Advanced Search templates, and you may browse by Authors or Works. Help provides detailed instructions for searching and navigating results, and search tips. “Help” also delineates printing and emailing options.
(Individual works included within MOML are cataloged, and can be located through regular searches of catalog.case.edu, as with other printed or e-books.)
The Making of Modern Law (MOML): U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs: 1832-1978 is a fully searchable digital archive of materials from approximately 150,000 U.S. Supreme Court cases (including a majority for which the Court did not render a full opinion). Starting with the generation before the Civil War and into the decade of the Vietnam War and Watergate, it covers every legal subject and every aspect of American constitutional, political, legal, social, economical, cultural, and intellectual history. Document types include: Amicus Brief; Appellant’s Brief; Application for Review; Application for Writ; Brief in Opposition; Brief of Real Party; Intervenor’s Brief; Jurisdictional Statement; Letter Brief; Opposition for Review; Oral Transcript; Petition; Petition for Rehearing; Petitioner’s Brief; Petition for Writ of Certiorari; Relator’s Brief, Supplement to Petition; Transcript. Users can choose from Basic, Advanced, Fuzzy, and Full Citation search options. One can browse by author or case. Help provides detailed instructions for searching and navigating results, and search tips. Help also delineates printing and emailing options.