Concurrent user limit: 35
Checkpoint is available to Temple employees, faculty, and staff who require access in the performance of their teaching related duties and currently enrolled students who require access for educational purposes only. Use by staff in business offices is in violation of the license agreement.
Checkpoint provides tax and accounting practice resources, including individual and business tax planning guides, Federal Tax Coordinator, and Checkpoint Catalyst.
Cheetah provides access to CCH resources in a broad range of topics including tax law, corporate law, and legal compliance. The library's subscriptions include the Practice of Law Library, the Litigation Library, the Almanac of the Federal Judiciary, Administrative Law, Folk on the Delaware General Corporation Law, the Corporate Legal Compliance Handbook, and Right to Die: The Law of End-of-Life Decisionmaking.
This collection of commentary and analysis in corporate, environmental, and human rights law includes documents from public and private organizations addressing climate change. The resources are curated by Human Rights Internet.
Temple provides access to three Elgar titles: the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics (second edition), the Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law, and the Encyclopedia of Private International Law. Each encyclopedia article is written by a subject expert and provides an overview, insights, and a bibliography for further reading.
Fastcase provides state and federal cases (1925- ), statutes, regulations, and constitutions. Customize your search by adjusting the impact of certain factors -- precedential authority, search term locations, and times cited. Validate authorities using citation analysis tools included in result displays and use built-in data visualization tools to recognize relevant cases.
Federal Developments Knowledge Center provides information to monitor proposed and enacted laws and regulations. Find their current status and view a predictive outlook based on political, economic, and other factors at play. Link to news on the latest developments, curated by Wolters Kluwer's attorney editors.
New resources in HeinOnline include ABA's Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, Immigration Law & Policy in the U.S., Law in Eastern Europe, Manz's Congress and the Courts, Multinational Sources Compared, National Moot Court Competition, Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law publications, Religion and the Law, and the World Treaty Library.
Law.com provides legal news and analysis from across ALM's national and regional publications including the Legal Intelligencer (Philadelphia), The American Lawyer, and the National Law Journal, with the opportunity to view news by practice area.
Legal Source contains full text of scholarly law journals, and detailed indexing for legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, statutes, bar association publications and university publications.
This Oxford encyclopedia provides analytic coverage of constitutional law topics in a comparative context. Written by scholar-experts, the encyclopedia articles--modeled on those in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law--address topics covering the essence, character, development, and history of constitutional law from a global perspective.
Note: Temple subscribes to two OBO subject bibliographies: Criminology and International Law. Find these under the Browse by Subject menu.
Oxford Bibliographies offer authoritative research guides combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, directing researchers to the best available scholarship.
PLI Plus from the Practising Law Institute, a national provider of continuing legal education (CLE) programs, provides unlimited access to practice-oriented legal treatises, course handbooks, and answer books, in addition to legal forms and program transcripts.
This browser extension lets you capture and annotate excerpts from PDFs and websites, including Lexis and Westlaw. Organize these excerpts in projects and download your research as a Word file. Sign up for this research organizing tool using your @temple.edu address.
Quimbee's online study aids help you review material for core law school courses and prepare for class and exams. Quimbee's interactive video tutorials, quizzes, outlines, flashcards, and case briefs supplement your required readings. All Temple Law School students, faculty, and staff are eligible to register an account with their @temple.edu email at quimbee.com/users/organization_sign_up.
Regulatory Insight contains federal administrative law histories, including all notices, proposed rules and final rules associated with a Public Law, a part of the Code of Federal Regulations, a U.S. Code citation or an agency. It is a companion to Legislative Insight, which contains already-compiled legislative histories and the accompanying federal congressional materials.
Research reports, advocacy guides, and other materials produced in the Stephen and Sandra Sheller Center for Social Justice at Temple University Beasley School of Law. These publications are the result of the Center's work to promote justice for disadvantaged populations.
Note: Users must register. Click Sign In from an on-campus Temple computer, and enter your Temple email. Then select Register Here under 'New Temple University School of Law User?'
Newly added weekly magazines contextualize and expand on new developments reported in Tax Notes Today.
Familiar study aids like Nutshells, Hornbooks, Gilbert Law Summaries, and more are now accessible online through the West Academic Study Aids package. Resources are available for 1L and upper division courses, as well as law school and career success. To use these study aids remotely or through the mobile app, create an account from a campus computer. Use the link above, click "Create an Account," and register using your @temple.edu email. Accounts are available for all Temple Law School students, faculty, and staff. These study aids are not a part of Westlaw Edge; register a separate account.
WordRake is an add-in that can help you edit documents in Microsoft Word. WordRake will suggest edits and revisions to your work. Just like using track changes, go through each suggested edit and accept or reject it. Temple Law students, faculty, and staff can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request installation instructions and a license key. View a video demo here.