How you study, prepare for class, and prepare for exams is a decision you must eventually make. Here are are a few resources to help you along the way.
Traditional Study Aids
- The Law Library’s collection of study aid resources and supplements (i.e. hornbooks) have varied approaches to helping you understand core concepts. The collection includes many notable series, including Examples & Explanations, Crunchtime, and Acing. They are available in the interactive learning area with many titles also fully available online.
Audio and Flash Cards
- There are flash cards and audio CDs available on reserve.
- The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction maintains a collection of almost 1,000 interactive, computer-based lessons covering 33 legal education subject areas.
To access CALI lessons:
- Go to www.cali.org
- Enter the email and password you created at registration. (If you have not registered, you will need to create a new user account. Contact Patrick Parsons to obtain an authorization code.)
- Select Lessons (from Quick Links) and then choose a specific lesson
- The Law Library’s website provides an archive of sample past examinations from many College of Law professors.