Geared toward practitioners, PLC has a plethora of incredibly useful materials in a variety of different practice areas including bankruptcy, securities, corporate and M&A, IP, labor and employment, tax, and others. The content is produced and maintained by practitioners in each area of the law. There are practice notes describing major topics within the area of law and pointing out practical considerations; standard documents and clauses; checklists; state-specific resources and comparison tools; and more.
It’s a tremendous resource that all students should keep in mind, particularly during externships for academic credit and for clinics. The PLC focus can be helpful as you try to put what you have learned in law school into practice! For professors, this would be a great resource to consult when thinking about integrating practice-oriented exercises into class materials.