The power of habit. Good habits can be created. Bad habits can be changed. It is never too early or late!
The mastery of law requires good study habits. The library has tools to incorporate into your daily study practice.
Online Study Aids (via tech fee)
- West Study Aids: popular titles include Sum and Substance Audio, Nutshells, Happy and Short Guides, and the Acing series.
- Wolters Kluwer Study Aids: including Glannon Guides, Crunch Time, and Examples & Explanations (my personal favorite).
Print 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 (some of which are not included in the supra online package). They are available in the interactive learning area.
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.