Welcome to TeachingLaw.com, a set of interactive, online textbooks used in law schools across the country. These textbooks provide interactive, legal content, such as annotated samples, helpful links, and videos, as well as tools, such as quizzes, practice tests, and self-assessments to engage law students in and out of the classroom. TeachingLaw.com was created by Diana R. Donahoe, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center, and is published through the Georgetown University Law Library.

TeachingLaw.com: Legal Research & Writing
Professor Diana R. Donahoe

This three-part textbook is used nationally by legal research and writing professors, law librarians, and others to teach first-year LRW courses, upper class research classes, advanced writing courses, and LLM courses. It is divided into three sections—Legal Research, Legal Writing, and Grammar & Citation—and contains study aid material, quizzes, self-assessments, annotated samples, video testimonials, and other interactive material to teach students legal research strategies and writing techniques. It is updated twice a year to address upgrades on the three major legal research platforms (Westlaw, LexisAdvance, & Bloomberg Law) and advances in the legal profession.

Professors interested in free access, send an email to TeachingLaw.com@gmail.com.

Student Registration: If you have been assigned this textbook or wish to buy it as an individual user, add it to your cart to purchase and register. Cost is $35.00.
License Duration: 3 years
Internal Investigations Simulation:
Evaluating Corruption in Corporate Transactions
Professors Susan A. McMahon & Michael J. Cedrone

This simulation involves an internal investigation by a French company, Santé, that has uncovered evidence of payments made as part of its operations in Africa that may trigger liability under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). This course book introduces students to the FCPA, provides skills primers on interviewing a witness and counseling a client, and includes fact documents that form the backbone of the Santé problem. By participating in this highly dynamic and realistic course, students will not only learn about the FCPA, but they will also engage in essential lawyering skills, including fact development and analysis, interviewing, counseling, team building, project management, and problem-solving.

Student Registration: If you have been assigned this textbook or wish to buy it as an individual user, add it to your cart to purchase and register. Cost is $20.00.
License Duration: 3 years