Finals Prep Driving You Bananas?

by Lori Strickler

by Kit on Flickr, Creative Commons licensed (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

by Kit on Flickr, Creative Commons licensed (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Feverishly finishing your outline? Find that you’re just not quite sure what the Erie Doctrine actually entails? Having trouble distinguishing between a testamentary trust and a totten trust? Wish you could work on some practice questions to get you ready for your exam? The library has you covered!

Take a deep breath and then look at the Study Aids and Exam Prep Libguide! This online guide includes:

Or maybe allow yourself to go bananas for a brief period of time. Try one of these exam prep escapes:

  • Bananagrams game (similar to Scrabble but takes less time to play a game, available for checkout at the library Circulation desk)
  • Yoga for Lawyers: Mind-body Techniques to Feel Better All the Time
  • Challenge your friends to some Legal Trivia
  • Think there’s nothing scarier than law school exams? Check out Adventure and the Law which “takes a legal look at adventures that may be a little too exciting. The question is how risky is too risky when it comes to getting that rush of adrenaline”
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