Even though exams are a couple of months away, it is never too early to start studying a little. When studying, many law students find flashcards useful for memorizing essential definitions, factors, and elements for their courses. While some people make their own flashcards, others turn to commercial flashcards. While these can be very helpful, they can also be fairly expensive ($39-$59 per set) if you purchase them for several different subjects.
To help alleviate the burden on your already stretched wallet, the Law Library keeps several sets of Wolters Kluwer’s “Law in a Flash” flashcards on the Law Library Reserve, located behind the Circulation Desk. As with each of the reserve items, students can check out the flashcards for 3 hours at a time.
Currently, you can check out the following sets from the Law Library:
- Administrative Law
- Civil Procedure, Part 1 & 2
- Constitutional Law, Part 1 (National and State Powers) & Part 2 (Individual Rights)
- Corporations & Other Business Entities
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Procedure
- Environmental Law
- Future Interests
- Professional Responsibility/MPRE, Part 1 & 2
- Real Property