May require individual username and password for the playing platform.
Online Film/Movie/Short Video
Law School Research Database Page
These databases have been licensed for Suffolk Law School student, faculty, and staff use only. Some require passwords and can only be used in the law library; see the legal research librarian on duty for assistance. Most others can be accessed from any computer in Sargent Hall or off-campus (after authentication). If you need assistance, please call (617) 573-8516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Major source of business news for the Greater Boston area, with coverage from 1996 to present. Includes access to business news from other American cities. Note: Boston Business Journal now requires special login credentials. Register with your Suffolk email address using the link above. (Current students, faculty, and staff).
Suffolk Law students, faculty, and staff now have free access to the New York Times through a new subscription brought to you by the Moakley Law Library and the Sawyer Library. To create an account, click the link above and enter your Suffolk email address and password; you will be directed to a NYT page to create your own account.
Produces and delivers original, high-quality commentaries to a global audience. Featuring exclusive contributions by prominent political leaders, policymakers, scholars, business leaders, and civic activists from around the world.
Suffolk University’s libraries have collaborated to provide free access to the Wall Street Journal for all Suffolk students, faculty, and staff. Register with your Suffolk email address using the link above.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newspaper, reports decisions issued by all the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as changes to court rules, verdict & settlement reports, bar-discipline notices and all other news vital to attorneys in the commonwealth.
Provides journalists, lobbyists, government officials and other civic and business leaders with high-quality, comprehensive, objective information about the activities of Massachusetts state government year-round. Covers State and Local Government, House and Senate Sessions, and Press Conferences.
Use the Professional Development Plans to locate webcasts arranged by topic: Family Law, Civil Litigation, Criminal Law, Employment & Labor, Estate Planning, Real Estate & Environmental Law, Practice Development & Lawyer Well-Being.
Use the advanced search option to limit to recorded webinars.
A library of over 1,000 interactive legal tutorials written by law professors and geared towards law student that you can assign to students. Ask your library liaison for a faculty code to get access to related teaching resources
Provides standard documents, checklists, legal updates, how-to guides, and more.
Law Library Services
To place class materials on Reserve, contact Bryan Petit at x8178.
To borrow materials from the Law Library contact the Circulation/Reserve staff at x8177.
To place materials on Electronic Reserve, contact Julie Hogan at x1622.
The library can obtain books or copies of articles that we do not have in our collection through inter-library loan. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for receipt of the material.
Research services are available by calling the Research Desk at x8516 or by e-mail at email@example.com. A legal research librarian will respond to an e-mail request within 24 hours.
Research services include preparing bibliographies and research guides, and presenting classroom lectures on the use of legal research materials. For research requests, contact Diane D'Angelo at x8608.