This guide is designed primarily to describe Missouri State and Local Government research tools available to St. Louis University Law School students and faculty. It includes both print and on-line resources.
While a number of the electronic resources are accessible only by law students and law faculty, most are available to all patrons of the Library including members of the SLU community and the public. For those patrons who are part of the SLU academic community many of the electronic databases are accessible even while off campus.
If you have any questions about the available resources please contact the Information Desk at (314) 977-1447. If you are not a SLU student but would like information about dates and times the library is open to the public please refer to our website http://law.slu.edu/library/info/hours.html or contact the Circulation desk at (314) 977- 3081.
The Missouri State Constitution is made freely available by the Missouri General Assembly.
Westlaw and LexisNexis offer collections of state legal resources for Missouri state and local research. These databases are password protected and available only to law students and law faculty. However, many of the Missouri legal research materials accessible using Westlaw and LexisNexis are available while at the library in print and/or through other, non-restricted electronic databases.