The Gould Law Library provides online resources and electronic researching capabilities for all patrons on-site at the library (law students also have access from home using their password). The library has two state-of-the-art computer labs and a wireless network for laptop users that can be accessed anywhere within the library. A Public Access Westlaw database along with most subscription databases are provided for all patrons who are members of the Alumni Association or the Friends of the Library Association. The Suffolk County Supreme Court Library, which is directly across from Touro Law Center, offers free use of LexisNexis to the public. A team of professional librarians are available to assist you with locating resources as well as forming useful research queries. Please click the following link for more information about the Library's Access Policies.
Listed below are a few of the electronic resources on animal/wildlife law that the library holds:
Humane Movement in The U.S. 1910-1922