Welcome to TeachingLaw.com

Welcome to TeachingLaw.com, an interactive, online textbook used in legal research and legal writing courses in law schools across the country. Created by Diana R. Donahoe, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center, the textbook provides interactive content to engage law students in and out of the classroom.

TeachingLaw.com is divided into three sections – Legal Research, Legal Writing, and Grammar & Citation – and contains student tools, study aid material, quizzes, self-assessments, annotated sample documents, video testimonials, and other interactive material to teach students legal research strategies and writing techniques. It is updated twice a year to address upgrades to the three major legal research platforms and advances in the legal profession.

Once you have registered, click on any of the icons below or the links on the left hand navigation bar to access the content.

Law Student Registration

If you have been assigned this online book for a course, click here to purchase.

Professor Registration

If you are interested in free access, email TeachingLaw.com@gmail.com.

If you purchased TeachingLaw.com access prior to Summer of 2015:
Click here for access to the previous site using your preexisting password.

Legal Research

Research SourcesResearch Strategies

Legal Writing

Legal DocumentsLegal AnalysisWriting Process

Grammar & Citation

Legal GrammarLegal Citation