It’s that time of year! As exam season approaches, there are several resources that the library offers to assist you in your studying. The library’s 1L Resources, Tips and Tools: Library Information Guide has links to study aids and other resources to help you succeed on your law school exams. Both 1L and upper-class students may want to check out the Nutshell series of study guides or the Examples & Explanations study guides.
If you are not on campus, you can access several digital resources such as the Lexis Digital Library which includes the Understanding study aid series. As you can see below, this series contains study aids for both first year and upper-level courses.
Keep in mind, that if you want to access digital resources off-campus, you will need to install the proxy server. If you would like to study in the library, you will need to reserve a seat beforehand. Remember that you will need to submit a negative COVID test and abide by the law school’s safety procedures in order to enter and use the library.
Finally, if you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat feature on the library’s homepage.
Stay safe and good luck on your exams!