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Study Aids

Introduction to Law School Study Aids

Study Aids are a large part of success in law school.  Choosing the right study aid at the right time in the semester is critical to using them effectively.   This guide has been created to help you choose the right study aid for your current needs and personal preferences (print, e-book, audio, etc.).  Print copies of the most popular study aids from more than 15 publishers are available for check out (for two hours) at our Service Desk on the 2nd Floor of the law library.  If you're thinking of buying a study aid from Amazon, or other online retailer, please feel free to stop by the Service Desk and ask to flip through the various guides to get a better understanding of what each guide actually contains.  

Guide Authorship and Currency

Originally published March 2020 by Christina Glon.

Last updated March 11, 2024 by Allison Coffey.

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