Use LEAGLE to search across a variety of library resources, including books and articles. You can search for a book or article title, an author, or search by keyword. You also can use the catalog to search for materials at other libraries, including non-legal resources from the American University Library.
Sample keyword searches: administrative and judicial review; regulat* and financial.
Sample subject searches: administrative law united states; administrative procedure united states
If the book you need is not available through WCL, request it via Interlibrary Loan. WCL students have access to a wide range of books and journals not available in AU libraries and databases through WorldCat. The link to WorldCat can be found on the Library’s “Databases & Websites, A-Z,” “Databases & Websites by Topic,” and “Research Tools” pages. Locate the book or journal by doing a title search, and then request it through interlibrary loan. You alternatively can email your request to email@example.com
For more information on interlibrary loan, please visit: http://wcl.american.libguides.com/circulation/ILL
To use interlibrary loan, please make a request using WorldCat:
Browse a call number range in the library stacks (reserve and second floor) to find materials on a particular topic. This is also a good way to see the whole collection on the topic. See “Guide to Law-Related Call Numbers” for subject-specific ranges