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Sophisticated litigation and law firm analytics; easy docket search interface with access to full-text of complaints, motions, orders, and other litigation documents. Comprehensive practice centers cover Tax, Privacy, Health, Labor & Employment, and more. Includes access to BNA secondary sources and practice guides as well as the full complement of state & federal cases, statutes, and regulations. [For current USF law faculty, students & staff. Requires an individual Bloomberg Law account.]
Self-paced quizzes on first-year and bar topic subjects written by law professors, plus hundreds of online tutorials on other law school course topics. [For USF law students & law faculty only. To register for your individual account, ask for a CALI "authorization code" at the Zief research center or email research librarian John Shafer from your USF email account.]
California law resources for practicing attorneys (and students) including secondary sources, primary law, and MCLE programs. Includes all CEB practice guides on OnLaw with updated user interface. [For current USF law faculty & students. Requires an individual CEB Pro account (see librarian for registration code).]
Full-text legal materials with exact page images. Includes: law reviews and journals; bar journals; federal statutory, congressional, and administrative materials; U.S. Reports; historical law books; some international law materials; English Reports; and more. HeinOnline also includes Fastcase Premium caselaw features, thanks to USF's Fastcase subscription. [On-campus HeinOnline link.]
Over 100 eBook study aids on over 50 law school subjects, including all first-year and California Bar exam subjects. Includes popular titles from the Questions & Answers and Understanding series. Log in using MyUSF credentials to read eBooks any time on or off campus.
Also available as an app with offline reading option. Download LexisNexis Digital Library app from either the Google Play™ store or Apple® Store and enter library code: usfca. Sign in with MyUSF credentials.
Over 180 eBook study aids with highlighting, note-taking, and printing options for the Examples & Explanations, Glannon Guides, and Emanuel Outlines series. Unlimited access to titles for USF students. Also includes over 200 videos with coverage of 21 course areas written and presented by law professors and practitioners.
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