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Research Databases: "I" Databases

This guide provides alphabetical and topical listings of the various research databases available for use by the Valparaiso University School of Law community.

"I" Databases

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (HeinOnline)

Coverage from 1985 to date.

Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective

An index of over 750 legal periodicals published between 1918-1981 in the United States and other countries. For coverage from 1981 to the present, use LegalTrac.


A searchable compilation of indexes and tables of contents for thousands of secondary legal titles.


Indiana’s virtual library on the internet.

Intellectual Property Law Collection (HeinOnline)

This collection includes legislative histories, primary documents, treatises, and periodical articles relating to intellectual property law.

Intellectual Property Law Resource Center (BNA)

IntelliConnect with Omni Tax Library, Intelliforms, and State and Federal Online School Library

IntelliConnect provides access to CCH tax materials.

International Business & Finance Daily (BNA)

International Encyclopedia of Laws–Cyber Law

The Encyclopedia consists primarily in a series of national monographs, treating the different legal subjects related to information and communication technology on the basis of a common standard outline.

International Encyclopedia of Laws–Sports Law

Sports Law is basically built up around two parts: monographs and documents. The documentary section provides the most relevant legal materials of an international concern in the area of sports. The monographs are structured per country, region or organization.

International Environment Reporter–Current Reports (BNA)

International Tax Monitor (BNA)

International Trade Daily (BNA)

International Trade Reporter–Current Reports (BNA)

Internet Guide for the Legal Researcher–Newsletter

Internships–USA (Law Student Internship Page)–CPC

A helpful resource for locating law student internships.

Israel Law Reports (HeinOnline)

Includes judgments from the Supreme Court of Israel, as well as the Israel Law Review.