Welcome to the Fall 2021 semester!
Need help with finding sources, searching databases, formatting citations, or deciding on a paper topic? The NCC Librarians are here for you.
Both the Mack Library (Bethlehem) and ESSA Library (Monroe) are open if you'd like to visit in person, or you can chat online with a Librarian no matter where you are! Go to the Library's home page and click on the orange "Ask the Librarian" icon to start chatting.
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We look forward to hearing from you!
This Research Guide will help you to locate and use Library resources for NCC's Paralegal Studies program, including books, periodicals, online subscription databases and websites.
NCC's Paralegal Studies program has been approved by the American Bar Association. Students will learn how a paralegal, working under the general supervision of an attorney, contributes to the delivery of legal services; master state-of-the-art computer software and hardware; and become a productive, efficient professional within the ever-changing legal profession. Graduates will be ready to accept positions as paralegals, trust coordinators, title searchers, settlement clerks, or litigation specialists. Please note that paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as permitted by law.
Even though both NCC Libraries are open again, you can still borrow books and other materials remotely by using our Library to Go service. You can choose quick pickup on campus, or free delivery to your home.
Open the Word document below for details. Click here to use our request form.
The Westlaw database has added a new tool called Company Investigator. It provides access to a variety of corporate directory and financial information, and legal documents such as SEC filings, lawsuits, and analyses of potential liability. Here is where to find it on the Westlaw home page:
There are also two new collections of documents linked directly to this page, concerning Civil Rights and COVID-19.
The Civil Rights documents cover topics such as police misconduct, malicious prosecution, the First Amendment right to protest, and voting rights.
The COVID-19 materials are categorized as follows: