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Law 34 -  Legal Research - Section #10143
Prof. David Jordan, Esq. - jordandc@laccd.edu - (cell) 818-415-2015






Access to Textbook @ https://teachinglaw.com/front - cost $35


Introduction to TeachingLaw.com


TeachingLaw.com is an interactive, online series of affordable legal textbooks used in law schools across the country. These textbooks provide interactive legal content, such as annotated samples, helpful links, and videos by students and practitioners, as well as helpful tools, such as practice tests, study aids, quizzes, and self-assessments to engage the students in and out of the classroom. The textbooks are provided online at an affordable price, and students and professors can access them on their computers, tablets, or mobile phones.  Professors can set up specific classes and monitor their students' progress. 

TeachingLaw.com was created by Diana R. Donahoe, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center, and the textbooks are published by Georgetown University Law Library. 


The textbooks are updated twice a year to address advances in the legal profession and to ensure that materials and research sources are current.  





   Interactive - online textbook
Legal Research & Writing
Prof. Diana R. Donahoe
Georgetown Law School 


Legal Research & Writing


Legal Research & Writing ($35.00 three-year subscription)

Prof. Diana R. Donahoe


Click for video demo for content, functionality, and navigation.


This three-part textbook is used nationally by legal research and writing professors, law librarians, and others to teach first-year LRW courses, upper class research classes, advanced writing courses, and LLM courses. It is divided into three sections—Legal Research, Legal Writing, and Grammar & Citation—and contains study aid material, quizzes, self-assessments, annotated samples, video testimonials, and other interactive material to teach students legal research strategies and writing techniques. It is updated twice a year to address upgrades on the three major legal research platforms (Westlaw, LexisAdvance, & Bloomberg Law) and advances in the legal profession.




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