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Welcome to Employment Law Research!

This subject guide contains information about researching employment law by using databasesbooks,journals, and the internet. 

If you would like immediate research help, please proceed to our webchat or call the library's main desk (254-519-5798).

Recentrelevant, and reliable databases, journals, and internet tools are important to academic research. 

Also look at these Libguides: Finance, Economics, Management and Marketing for more help in researching.

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Recommended Databases for Employment Law

Search in library databases to find scholarly journal articles. These are often subject specific.

Keywords: The right search term is important. Think about the words an expert might use to describe the concepts you are looking for.

Peer Reviewed: Look for search options that let you limit your search to articles that have been reviewed by experts.

Recent: Try to choose articles written in the last ten years to insure that your aren't retrieving outdated research.

Off Campus? Students login with MyCT. Faculty and staff use the same username and password as your email, without the

For more information about each database, click on the "i" icon next to each one.


Use Full Text Finder to find a journal in our library databases: 

  1. Go the the library homepage.
  2. Click on eJournals (Journals by Title) under "Library Information".
  3. Type in the name of the journal (not the title of the article).
  4. Click "search" or hit "enter."
  5. In the result list, click on "Full Text Access." 
  6. Click on the link with the best date ranges for your needs. 
  7. If the journal is not available in full text, request it through interlibrary loan. 

To check if a journal is peer reviewed, use Ulrich's or the submission guidelines on the journal's webpage. 

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