Social Law Library Reference

We asked Brian Harkins, chief reference librarian at the Social Law Library, to tell us his favorite reference sites. His choices might surprise you!

PubMed

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/databases/

Where does it hurt? Well not your head, when you use this site to explore the vast territory of medical literature. Brought to you by the National Library of Medicine.

The Drudge Report
http://www.drudgereport.com

Matt Drudge may or may not be the Mike Wallace of the Internet, but you’ll spend at least sixty minutes perusing his link-filled website. There’s news and opinion galore, search engines for recent stories and screaming headlines every day.

The Financial Accounting Standards Board
http://www.rutgers.edu/Accounting/raw/fasb/

Who’s doing the books? Who else but the accounting whizes at FASB. On this site, courtesy of the Rutgers Business School, the pronouncements regarding long term capital flows seem comprehensible to everyone, even lawyers.

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