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It’s Crunch Time!

How can it be? Do exams really start a week from today? The spring exam period is so short compared to the fall so you may be wondering how you’re going to cram in all of that studying into just … Continue reading

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Finals Prep Driving You Bananas?

by Lori Strickler 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 … Continue reading

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It’s the Finals Countdown…

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 … Continue reading

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