August 1, 2011
Digital Securities Law Supplement
Forgive me for a little self-promotion, but I publish an e-book called Digital Securities Law: Statutes and Regulations. It is available for free to students, faculty members, and anyone else who wants to use it for non-commercial purposes. (Obviously, it's not an official source of the law and you shouldn't rely on it for actual legal work.) I began publishing it a few years ago because I didn’t think students should have to pay $30, $40 or more for non-copyrighted material.
It is in PDF format, so no special software is needed. It includes a collapsible hyperlinked index that allows you to quickly navigate to a particular section. You can highlight and underline (in multiple colors), add notes and comments, cut and paste, and search for particular terms, using only the free Adobe Reader software.
Digital Securities Law includes the following materials:
- Securities Act of 1933
- Securities Exchange Act of 1934
- Investment Company Act of 1940
- Investment Advisers Act of 1940
- the regulations under each of those statutes
- Regulation FD
- Regulation S-K
- a variety of SEC forms
- the SEC standards of professional conduct for attorneys
If you’re interested, the Fall 2011 edition is now available here.
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Steve, this is a wonderful contribution. Thank you for sharing. I have already circulated this link among our securities faculty and some students. -Anne Tucker
Posted by: Anne Tucker | Aug 9, 2011 12:27:42 PM