U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Supreme Court Cases and Briefs are available on LexisNexis Academic, under the Legal tab.
LexisNexis also publishes Landmark Briefs & Arguments of the Supreme Court of the United States: Constitutional Law, which provides more comprehensive coverage of materials related to selected cases. The most significant difference from the material available on LexisNexis Academic is the inclusion of Oral Arguments.
There are seven years of transcripts on the official Supreme Court site.
Briefs from Lower Courts
LexisNexis Academic does cover the briefs and pleadings of courts other than the U.S. Supreme Court. This type of material is available to law schools in Lexis.com. Some courts provide briefs online. There's a nice summary on LLRX
Federal Codes and Regulations
Did you know you can browse the US Code in LexisNexis Academic? The following is a list of browsable sources related to the USCS that you can access by entering their names (in quotes) in the Find option under the Sources tab.
USCS - Constitution of the United States
United States Code Service - Titles 1 through 50
USCS - Federal Rules Annotated
USCS - International Conventions
USCS-Title 26;Internal Revenue Code Annotated
CFR - Code of Federal Regulations
GPO Access has CFR and USC.
Cornell University has a guide to the US Code Popular Names of Acts
State Codes, Statutes, and Regulations
Use the Federal & State Code under the Legal tab in LexisNexis Academic, or browse under Publication Type in the source directory to select the correct source for your state.
Federal legislation is covered in LexisNexis Congressional. See the Congressional product page for details on how to research bills and laws.