The primary databases at Georgetown for case law and current Federal legislation are Lexis, Westlaw and Bloomberg Law.
All of these databases collect primary law resources into discrete topic areas, allowing for a more refined search, such as family law, healthcare law, and public health law. These discrete collections can be found within the "Practice Area" tab.
To identify resources for state case law and legislation use the Library's state law guides.
ProQuest Congressional is the Library's primary database for legislative materials and legislative histories. HeinOnline also provides access to various types of Congressional documents and legislative histories, and it is the primary database for historic legislation.
See HeinOnline's Women & the Law (Peggy) collection, which provides full-text access of primary law and secondary sources in the multi-disciplinary area of women and the law.
Cornell Law School's Women and Justice Project identifies both domestic and international primary case law in the Women and Justice Collection.
For a guide to the federal executive-branch regulatory process and the process of conducting federal administrative law research in general, see the Law Library's Administrative Law Research Guide. Federal agencies' regulations appear in the following publications: