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Securities Law Research at Boston College Law Library

This BC Law Library LibGuide for Securities Law and Research is part of the Law Library's series of research guides. As you can see, you can easily navigate between different pages containing information on primary sources, secondary sources, filings, and links to outside pages and databases. Many of the resources listed are available in both print and electronic form for your convenience. Should you need any advice or help in your search, contact the BC Law librarians at the Information Desk or e-mail

New Resource-Intelligize

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Need to track  SEC filings? Now, the BC Law Library has a new tool to streamline your corporate filings research: Intelligize.  The Intelligize platform is the preferred research tool for many corporate law offices and financial firms.  Using Intelligize, you can easily drill down to discover language in clauses and sections contained within filings.  In addition, Intelligize analyzes the language within filings. This process provides normalized clauses to allow retrieval of similar risk factor language, for example, across filings.  Just this month, Intelligize added a "registered offerings" database to streamline access to over 10,000 filings from 2010 to present. Among other features, this new database allows users to track legal fees tables from the registration filing and sort those fee tables by industry or offering size.

All BC Law faculty members and students can access Intelligize by using the link from the Law Library's list of databases and registering for a personal account using their BC e-mail address.Need help getting started with Intelligize? Drop by the Information Desk or contact a law librarian by e-mail:

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