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Chase Law Faculty - Support For Research & Scholarship

Use The Library Catalog: To Find Books and Journals

Amazon provides a fairly complete listing of books in-print and offers helpful reviews by professionals and customers. Their business is selling books, so don't expect them to tell you if we have the book in our library!

Use the - Advanced Search feature.

Google Books

Google Books is a full-text searchable database with millions of scanned books from libraries or directly from publishers.  The strength of Google Books is that you can search the majority of the books from cover to cover and find books in which a chapter deals with your subject.  

Google Book Search


Online library catalog that lets you look up books, dissertations, microform, journals and multimedia items in other libraries. 

Use WorldCat

  • When you know the title of the book you want, but you don't know which libraries have it.
  • You want to know what books and other information sources exist on your topic, not just the ones that are available in one library.
  • Go to the Advanced Search Feature to quickly locate items.