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ACCT 6362 : Tax Research Methodology

Accessing Westlaw Campus Research

  • The Link above will take you to Westlaw Campus Research, You will need to login with your ASU Username and Password each session at the ASU pages before being able to continue on and access Westlaw Campus Research.
  • Please note that this is NOT the version of Westlaw you would be likely to see on the job or at law schools. This is a product geared to general academic markets. Nonetheless, the content found is the exact same content that is available in the other Westlaw products - including  cases from the courts of all 50 states and federal courts, statutes from all 50 states and federal statutes published in the United States Code Annotated, American Jurisprudence 2d legal encyclopedia, federal regulations, law reviews and legal periodicals, forms, trial documents and transcripts.

Using Westlaw Campus Research - ASU Tipts and Tricks

Tips & Tricks to using Westlaw Campus research:

Either: Find the top search box. Click ON the default button "All Federal" to reveal different options, such as state law, Tax Court,  U.S. Supreme Court, and other jurisdictions. You may select UP TO 3 to search. NOTE - once you have selected these jurisdictions, all searches will be in these jurisdictions unless unselected.

OR: Look down to the Browse Box. Look at the types of content provided. Is what you are looking for there? Use the tabs in this box to identify more content. Note that by selecing one of these options, ADDITIONAL choices will become available. For example, Choosing Secondary Sources will bring up additional content to search, such as legal encyclopedias American Jurisprudence and Corpus Juris Secundum, articles from American Law Reports and law reviews and journals, and more. Related content can be found to the far right, such as from within Secondary Sources - Black's Law Dictionary.



Tax Research video using Westlaw, NOT CAMPUS RESEARCH

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