Conducting public policy research requires an interdisciplinary approach, so along with traditional legal platforms such as Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg, researchers may need to branch out and conduct research using other platforms. Below is a sample of resources available to BC Law Library users conducting policy research electronically. If you have questions about using these resources or any other resources available, visit the Law Library Information Desk.
For a full listing of electronic resources available from the BC Law Library, visit: http://lawguides.bc.edu/bclawdatabases.
For a full listing electronic resources available from the BC Law Library system, visit the Law Library's homepage and click on the link for 'All BC Research Databases' on the left-hand side of the page.