Answered By: Lillian Loving
Last Updated: May 12, 2020     Views: 12

Go to NexisUni:

  1. Start on the Jerry Falwell Library main page: https://www.liberty.edu/library/.
  2. In the top middle-right there is a heading that says Collections. Click on this heading and then select Databases underneath Electronic.
  3. On the next page, on the left side of the screen under the section labeled Browse by Letter select the letter N.
  4. Next, find the database labeled NexisUni and click on it.

Search by Title:

If you already have a title to search type the title in quotation marks like so, “The Case for the Contingent Exclusionary Rule” in the big search bar and hit the search icon.

NexisUni is defaulted to search News. To search articles you will need to select Law Reviews and Journals on the left.

Articles will then appear in your search results. If you click on the first result ARTICLE: The Case for the Contingent Exclusionary Rule it will take you straight to the article.

OR

On the left of the big search bar select the drop down labeled All Nexis Uni and select Law Reviews and Journals. Then type the title in quotation marks like so, “The Case for the Contingent Exclusionary Rule” in the big search bar and hit the search icon

Articles will then appear in your search results. If you click on the first result ARTICLE: The Case for the Contingent Exclusionary Rule it will take you straight to the article.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to us at (434) 592-3362 or at research@liberty.edu.