Customize your curriculum with Bloomberg Law’s integrated primary sources, analysis (including practitioner contributions), and news, as well as Bloomberg’s company and market information. By providing you with unlimited, unrestricted access to so many resources, Bloomberg Law makes it easy to help your students put knowledge into practice with example litigation and transaction documents and more.
ENABLE STUDENTS TO GET STARTED QUICKLY
Bloomberg Law makes it easy for you to teach your students how to be expert researchers. Not only is the interface easy to use, but we also provide support so you can quickly incorporate Bloomberg Law into your curriculum. Our Legal Instructor Guide provides examples of how to teach major components of first-year legal research training (covering case law, our citator, statutes and regulations, and secondary sources and news) on Bloomberg Law and also gives you examples of how to use the system to teach more advanced legal research regarding litigation and transactional work.
Plus, we offer examples of research exercises you can use that take students through researching particular scenarios or questions on Bloomberg Law. Your Relationship Manager also can work with you to develop additional exercises that meet your particular needs. To find out more, contact your Relationship Manager directly or through our 24/7 Help Desk at:
FIND EXAMPLES TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR PRACTICE
Because you have unlimited, unrestricted access to Bloomberg Law and powerful fielded searches across many content sets, you can use resources in new ways. With Docket Search, you can find pleadings, motions, and other court filings for specific types of cases, before particular judges and more, so students can learn from relevant example documents.
For transactional work, use the DealMaker Document Search for example agreements and the DealMaker Clause Search to target specific language. You can search these transaction documents by a particular firm or attorney, a specific party or industry, and more. Combine those examples with transaction-focused practical guidance, such as document and clause descriptions, to help students get up to speed for summer associate work and other employment.