The Law Library subscribes to several electronic resources (besides Westlaw and LexisNexis) that can be extremely helpful to you in your research. One of those resources is Indexmaster. Many legal treatises are still not available online in full-text and it’s not always easy to determine whether a treatise has what you need just by looking at the title. Indexmaster compiles indexes and tables of contents from thousands of legal treatises and makes them searchable. This allows you to quickly locate relevant sources before you go looking for them. Once Indexmaster has assured you a treatise will be useful, you can locate it in the library catalog or request it through interlibrary loan.