Jenkins On Your Desktop: PA County Reporters on LLMC Digital

LLMC Digital is a collection of archival material from the U.S. federal government, U.S. state governments, territorial governments, various Anglo-American collections, and several foreign jurisdictions. Its U.S. state materials includes various Pennsylvania county reporters, also called "Side Reports". Many of the county reporters begin with the inaugural volume and continue into the 1980s or 1990s.

Pennsylvania county reporters on LLMC Digital include Bucks County Law Journal (1951-1983), Delaware County Reports (1881-1994), Lehigh County Law Journal (1903-2004), Montgomery County Law Reporter (1885-1987), York Legal Record (1880-1982), and more.

To access this collection, use your last name and member number to log into Jenkins' website. From either the Member Center or the list of Member Databases, select LLMC Digital. Once in LLMC, click on the "Browse Collections" box in the middle of the screen. From the menu that appears, click on the plus signs to drill down to the county reporters. First click the plus sign next to "U.S. States and Territories", then click the plus sign next to "Pennsylvania", finally, click the plus sign next to "Pennsylvania - Side Reports". The county reports are listed in alphabetical order. Clicking on the title of the reporter will allow you to browse all available volumes of that title. Each volume is available to view and download as a PDF image.

To search a specific title in LLMC, use the "Browse Collections" box from the LLMC homepage to find the title. Check the box next to the title or titles you would like to search. Once the title(s) is selected, scroll down to the bottom of the browse menu, enter your search terms in the box, and click "Search". For more help navigating LLMC's browse and search functions, see LLMC Digital's Browse Collections Help page.

LLMC Digital is a membership resource available to all Jenkins members.

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