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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Practical Law

At the SEALS conference a few weeks ago, I was introduced to a great, free resource for law professors and law students:  Practical Law (http://us.practicallaw.com).   Designed as a paid, subscription service for law firms and libraries, those of us in law schools can get free access. 

Click on a practice area of interest to access an organized list of practice notes, form documents, clauses, checklists, and articles.  Materials about corporate & securities, employee benefits, finance, and labor & employment are well developed. Of interest to those of us who teach property and real estate courses is the “real estate” practice section.  There are some good practice notes on commercial real estate, including workouts, REITs, mezzanine financing, and international real estate.  The form documents (with notes) available to date mostly concern office leasing.

The real estate section is still under development, but this is a resource that I plan to keep an eye on as it becomes more robust. 

Tanya Marsh

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