The summer session is open to both NYU Law degree and certificate students and non-matriculants. This includes degree candidates at other institutions, NYU Law alumni, and non-matriculants.
Most students purchase a paper copy of the tax code and regulations, as e-books or online resources can’t be used in many in-class exams. The NYU bookstore carries coursebooks and our law library catalog maintains access to electronic resources such as RIA checkpoint, Tax Notes, the Ginsburg & Levin M & A treatise, etc. Your university ID number can be used to log into these from off campus. Westlaw, LEXIS, and Bloomberg/BNA will require you to set up a student account if you are a new student or a non-degree student. Contact Nick.Robertson@nyu.edu if you need log in instructions for these three services. The law library has a research guide for federal tax as well as a research guide for foreign and international tax sources.