The LLMC (Law Library Microform Consortium) Digital collection is now cataloged and available via catalog search: just do a Pittcat search for "LLMC Digital". As you can see from its name, LLMC used to be a source of microfilm for law libraries. But for a number of years now they have been digitizing their holdings to make them available for subscribers online. Barco Law Library has been a member of the consortium for a long time and we have had access to their databases, but until recently you had to know what was in the collection in order to access it. LLMC has a wide-ranging assortment of legal resources, from a large collection of Blackstone and Blackstone spinoffs to the old laws of third world countries. Since the hurricane that damaged Haiti a few years ago, LLMC has had a project to put all their Haitian materials online. But they also have plenty of US federal and state materials, it's worth a browse just to see what all is available. Every month they post a Newsletter that tells what they've been up to, and a Recent Online Update that lists the most recently digitized materials.