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Faculty, staff, and students have 24/7 digital access to quick topic overviews like Nutshells and Gilbert Law Summaries, exam prep materials, in-depth hornbooks, audio lectures, and skills-based titles, covering almost every law school subject. Create your own login and save highlights, notes, bookmarked pages, and even download titles to your mobile devices for offline use.
The CALI Library of Lessons is a collection of over 950 interactive, computer-based lessons covering more than 40 legal education subject areas available to students at member law schools only. Please visit http://library.lclark.edu/law/calipass1 for registration instructions.
Connected Casebooks provides online access to practice questions from Examples & Explanations and Glannon Guides, outlining and case briefing tools, and for some chapters, video content. Use the code from your purchased book to access the study aid content.
This is a database of outlines, notes, and exams written by students for various classes in past years. These documents are not meant to be a substitute for your own work, but should serve as a reference point to the organization and structure of the outlines and notes that you write. The outlines are student donations and may contain out-of-date information.
The Law School Legends audio series is recorded lectures of popular law school professors who have condensed their courses into a single lecture, and the topics cover both 1L and upper division topics.