Use NovaCat to search for materials within the NSU library system. To focus your search on Law Library specific materials, select "Law Library" from the drop down menu.
Use Google Scholar while you are on campus and connected to the NSU network for direct access to your search results.
This Library Guide was last updated on: 6/13/2017
To Professor Richmond's Law & Literature students:
My goal in creating this library guide is to provide you with some useful research tools that will help you with your Law & Literature seminar paper. Please take a moment to explore this guide. Hopefully you will find some materials on here that will prove useful and help ease the burden of the research process. Please feel free to contact me or any one of the librarians in the Panza Maurer Law Library with any research questions or to set up a research consultation. Also, please stop by or call the reference desk to speak with a librarian (954) 262-6201.
Rob Beharriell, J.D., M.L.I.S
Research and Reference Librarian
Worldcat connects library catalogues all over the world. Most books can be found through this service. If NSU does not have a book that you would like to consult for your research, you may place an order through interlibrary loan and we will borrow that book from another library.