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Law360 brings you breaking legal news and commentary so you can stay in-the-know on current topics and emerging areas of law.
Foreign Law Guide is a database that describes the legal system of each country, explains how to research each country’s laws, and links to each country’s laws on specific topics.
Practical Law is a practical resource within Westlaw designed to help both litigation and transactional attorneys understand legal matters and complete tasks efficiently. It contains a variety of materials such as:
Resources are well integrated with each other. If you click the “Knowledge Map” link for a resource in the result list (or “Explore Related Content” from within a resource), you can see all the other resources related to a resource.
To access Practical Law from the Westlaw homepage, you can select the link at the bottom of the screen in the Key Features area, or you can choose Practical Law from the drop down menu at the top left of the screen.
Among the many, many features of Bloomberg Law, it also has litigation analytics. Research federal district court judges, lawyers and even companies. Whether you’re preparing for your SAW paper, a job interview, or a pitch to a potential new client, find out how Bloomberg Law Analytics can help you.