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Ebook versions of popular law school study aids, including the Examples & Explanations series, Emmanuel CrunchTime, Glannon Guides, and Friedman's Practice Series. BYU Law School students and alumni who have BYU Law email addresses can create individual accounts, which they can use to take, save, and share notes within the ebooks.
Large database of legal materials. HeinOnline is known for its extensive collection of law journals, but it also contains many primary law and legislative history sources such as state and federal session laws, the United States Code, Supreme Court opinions and the U.S. Serial Set, and world constitutions. HeinOnline also contains many specialized collections, including collections focused on capital punishment, immigration law, the history of international law, and gun legislation and regulation in America.
Law school study aids including flashcards, outlines, practice exams, and videos. BYU Law students and faculty should contact Iantha Haight to receive an email invitation to join Quimbee. Also available to alumni.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Intelligize is a powerful regulatory and compliance research tool for SEC filings and deals documents. Intelligize now incorporates Securities Mosaic. Law School faculty and students are eligible for an account: email Iantha Haight to set up.
Primary and secondary sources including treatises, cases, statutes, regulations, and chart builders on a variety of topics including federal and state securities law, litigation, transportation, and more. Formerly known as Cheetah. From publisher Wolters Kluwer.
Major U.S. newspaper with a special focus on American politics and government in addition to significant coverage of international events and cultural topics. Law students and faculty can sign up for an individual account at https://www.washingtonpost.com/subscribe/signup with their law school email address. Verify the account by clicking the link in the email sent by The Washington Post. Then return to The Washington Post website, click on your username in the upper-right corner, click Account Settings, then My Subscriptions. Click the link to join the BYU Law School group account. Trouble? Make sure you verified your account using the email link and try logging out and logging back in. Contact Iantha Haight with questions.