Now available online!
Wolters Kluwer Study Aids, including Examples & Explanations (E&E), Emanuel Law Outlines, Glannon Guides, and much more will are now available online for LC Law students. Nearly 200 popular study aids at your fingertips, 24/7.
The Wolters Kluwer Study Aids online library contains these collections:
Unlimited online access to hundreds of digital study materials in the West Academic Study Aids collection.
You get 24/7 digital access to quick topic overviews like Nutshells and Gilbert Law Summaries, exam prep materials, in-depth hornbooks, audio lectures, skills-based titles, and bar prep materials, covering almost every law school subject. Plus, create your own login and save highlights, notes, bookmarked pages, and even download titles to your mobile devices for offline use.
How to Access the West Academic Study Aids Digital Collections
Please note: West Academic is not a part of Thomson Reuters, and these study aids are not on Westlaw.
West Study Aids Online Access
http://library.lcproxy.org/login?url=https://subscription.westacademic.com/ Enter your LC email and password when prompted
Create Your Own Account and Download Titles
Why create your own account? Bookmark pages, highlight passages, take and save notes, make highlights, and download titles to your mobile device. Be sure to use your @lclark.edu email address and create a unique password when creating personal accounts. Create your account here.
Over 500 titles covering more than 100 legal subjects across 19 series, including Nutshells, Flash Cards, Concise Hornbooks, Acing Series, Developing Professional Skills, Exam Pro, Quick Reviews, Short and Happy Guides, Sum and Substance Audio, Hornbooks, and Concepts and Insights.
Titles Authored by L&C Law Faculty
Included in the subscription are a number of titles written by your law professors, including Professors Pamela Frasch, Kathy Hesler, Craig Johnston, Robert Klonoff, and Melissa Powers.
Download titles to your mobile devices. Here's how:
Create a login, install the app, and start downloading study aids to your devices for off-line reading, adding notes, highlighting, and syncing. Here's how.
We have many more resources for your study delight:
Links to all of these and more are at https://library.lclark.edu/law/studyaids