Search the library catalogs
“nonprofit” guide; “social enterprise”; “small business” guide; “small business” kit; law office; new business enterprises; technology (or business technology); entrepreneurs(hip)
Once you find a resource volume in the stacks:
- Browse the table of contents (usually in the front of the first volume of a set)
- Look up keywords in the index (usually found in the back of the volume, or in the very last volume of a set.)
Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations
- This reference tool assists you to decipher legal abbreviations you get from annotations.
- In Print: Bieber’s Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations, 4th Floor Reading Room KF246 .B46 2009
- Online: Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations
- Look up your legal citation to identify the resource, then use the library catalog to find it in the library.
- Worldcat will bring up items available in participating national and international libraries.
- Access a record and enter your zipcode, and WorldCat will list all libraries that contain this item in the order of distance.
- Worldcat will also alert you if the item is available at UC Hastings.
- Sample search: New business enterprises