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Cybersecurity Law: Student Resources

Overview of Student Resources

This page provides resources for students to supplement both classroom instruction as well as their casebook.

Cali Lessons: Utilize this resource to test your knowledge on specific topics within cybersecurity law. This resource is especially useful for those with an identified weakness, or lack of understanding, in a particular topic. The user selects the topic and receives various multiple-choice styled questions on that given topic. If the student's answer is wrong, the lesson gives an explanation of why the answer is wrong along with case citations if further understanding is desired.
 

Books and e-Books: These books are located in Regent's Law Library and the University Library or can be found online through the links located on the book'c library catalog page.

 

 

Print and e-Book Secondary Resources

HeinOnline

HeinOnline is a useful tool for finding archived material, especially material dating back to the 19th century. HeinOnline is also good for users who are seeking out international resources or law review journals. The law review journals are, however, only available in PDF format, as are all other sources procured through HeinOnline. 

* IMPORTANT NOTE

    HeinOnline is accessible via IP recognition while on-campus; When off-campus, users MUST login via Regent's Law Library site.