On-Site Access

Our members are welcome to use our public terminals to access any of our remote-access databases on-site at no additional charge. Our extensive print collection serves as a supplemental resource for your research. Keep this option in mind when you are working on pro bono projects and training new attorneys, summer associates, paralegals, and other employees. Additional databases available on-site include:

  • Fastcase: The New York Law Institute is pleased to announce that NYLI members visiting our library at 120 Broadway will now have available the Fastcase legal research database. This service, which includes innovative Fastcase functionality (sorting options, visualization, and negative procedural history warnings) will be available to NYLI staff in assisting with research projects.
  • WestlawNext: The most advanced online legal research system. Authoritative content for both primary law and exclusive secondary law titles.  And we have just added New York Business Law Practitioner – a resource designed to help you practice New York business law more efficiently and effectively.
  • Hein Online: Law reviews, session laws, current and historical statutes, treaties, and more. All content is fully-searchable, image-based and available for download in PDF. NEW!! Gun Regulation and Legislation in America: This new HeinOnline collection brings together more than 500 titles dealing with this difficult and important topic. Included are periodicals, key compiled federal legislative histories, relevant congressional hearings, CRS Reports, Supreme Court briefs, and more!

 

 

Staff Access

Our librarians also have in-house access to several additional electronic resources including:

  • Cheetah Research Platform: The New York Law Institute now has access to the Cheetah Research Platform. Cheetah has extensive and comprehensive coverage for practice areas such as antitrust, banking, bankruptcy, securities and tax law.
  • CCH-IntelliConnect:
    • Standard Federal Tax Reporter – a comprehensive collection of up-to-date federal income tax information, as well as full text of federal administrative rulings and documents. Organized by Internal Revenue Code section.
      New York State Tax Reporter – organized by tax type, with references to related laws, regulations, court decisions and administrative rulings. The full text of state tax statutes, regulations, rulings and releases, court decisions and attorney general opinions.
  • Lexis Advance: The online legal research solution helping you change the world… one case at a time.
  • Bloomberg Law
  • National Law Journal Online
  • New York Law Journal Digital Microfilm
  • Practical Law

 

We can retrieve materials from these on request, or use them in the course of working with you on a research project.

Make a Request

To request a document from any of the NYLI electronic resources to be e-mailed to you, use the Request a Document form or call us at (212) 732-8720.