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The Juvenile Justice resources and items listed in this Research Guide are not exhaustive of the resources available at, or through, the Barry Law Library or Barry University's Main Library. The resources listed here are selected to provide a sampling of pertinent and readily available resources on the topic of Juvenile Justice. To find additional Juvenile Justice resources and information available at the Barry Law Library, conduct a search in the Barry Law Library catalog.
LexisNexis is one of the major online resources for accessing primary legal materials, news, secondary sources and other information.
Westlaw is one of the premier online legal research services, providing a broad collection of primary and secondary resources, as well as news, business and public records information.
Bloomberg Law is a relatively new and very robust legal research database specializing in transactional law resources, forms, treatises, legal and business news, federal court dockets, all the former subject-specific databases that were once available through BNA Online, and more. Barry Law students, faculty, and staff may create their own accounts using their Barry e-mail addresses.
HeinOnline -- Law Journals and Law Reviews
Used for searching law review articles and has early historic British, Scottish U.S and tribal laws. A good source for finding treaties and otherwise hard-to-find laws, and the best source for law review and law journal articles.
Bloomberg BNA Reporters
Search the BNA databases using the search terms "juvenile" or "juvenile offender."