But you don’t have to go it alone!
- Check out the law library’s Study Aids, Strategies & Exam Prep Libguide for study tips, lists of hornbooks, nutshells and other study guides available in the library (and online) as well as access to past exams and practice problems.
- CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is another great source for mini tutorials and practice questions for lots of different subjects. You can even find lessons geared to specific pages of your textbooks using this list. Stop by the library Reference Desk for the authorization code or request it from Lori Strickler.
- If you want to make the most of every available minute including your commute to school, download an audio program from the West Legal Ed Center (email or swing by the reference desk for a username & password).
And for you 3Ls starting to think about the bar exam, be sure to check out our Bar Preparation Libguide for study tips, practice questions and state-specific bar exam info.
Good luck on your exams!