Would you like to review the Library orientation session for PARL 101? Here are the slides. For best results, save the slides to your desktop before viewing them.
To log into a database from off-campus, click on the database link and when prompted, enter the same user name and password you use to open your "Student Workday" account). Once you have logged in, you will be able to navigate to other Library databases without having to type your password again during that searching session.
Please note that the Dunlap-Hanna PA Forms database cannot be used from off-campus. You must be in the Mack Library (main campus), to use it on one of the Library's computers, or in classroom Founders 116.
Administrative Codes, Case Law, Statutes, and Other Research Materials
Westlaw provides full-text access to a vast collection of statutes, case law material, public records, and other legal resources, including the U.S. Code; federal Supreme Court decisions; Pennsylvania Code; Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes; American Jurisprudence 2d; and American Law Reports.
Westlaw may be used at any computer located on the Northampton Community College campus network, including those in the libraries, computer labs, dormitories and offices. To log in from off-campus, enter your student ID number and "MyNCC" password. Faculty should use the same login procedure that they do when on campus.
If you have difficulty logging in or downloading documents, it may be an issue with the pop-up blocker on your Internet browser. To find a list of browsers that are compatible with the Westlaw database, click the PDF document "Browsers to Use With Westlaw" in the column to your right.
If you need help configuring your browser, call the NCC Computer Services Help Desk at (610) 861-5413.
Dunlap-Hanna Pennsylvania Forms is a searchable database containing more than 5,300 forms used most often by Pennsylvania attorneys. In addition to coverage of broad areas of substantive law, you will find an extensive set of litigation forms. Each form is preceded by explanatory notes on practicing law in Pennsylvania. Discussions, cautionary notes, and references to other sources are also included.
The Dunlap-Hanna database is available on all student computers at the Mack Library (main campus), including those in the Computer Tower, Library Classroom, main room, Media Tower, and study rooms. You must have your student ID card to reserve a study room. Note: The Dunlap-Hanna database is not available on the Library's laptops.
Click here to view or print instructions for using the Paralegal databases, or other handouts from the Library orientation.