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Library Orientation: LL.M. Students

L.L.M. Students

HUSL Library - Fourth Floor

Black's Law Dictionary

Black's Law Dictionary, 11th edition is available on Westlaw

Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center


Leading the fight for social justice is a core mission at Howard University.  The Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center serves that mission.  The Law Library partners with the Center to further the legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall in advancing freedom, equal justice, dignity, and human welfare.  

U.S. Law Casebooks


The Howard University law librarians are delighted to welcome our LL.M. Program students, and are poised to offer services that fit your research curriculum and goals.  We are available to help you identify sources, navigate legal research methodology, and guide you through successful use of the library's collections, including best practices for use of electronic resources.  

To ask a question, or set up a research consultation, please email

Lexis and Westlaw


Click here for information about creating your Lexis and Westlaw accounts.

Selected Treatises - International Law and Social Justice

Selected International & Non-U.S. Law Journals (HeinOnline)

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