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Exam Study Aids: Start Here

What are Study Aids?

Study aids (sometimes referred to as study guides or supplements) are created to help students in a variety of ways, including: 

  • to provide a broad overview of a legal topic;
  • help you understand specific concepts; and 
  • test your knowledge through practice questions, explanations, or model answers.

This guide provides links to both print and online study aids that are available for law student use both on and off campus.

All print study aids are available for three-hour checkout; most titles are shelved in the Study Aids section of the library, while a few are on Reserve behind the library desk. 

Lewis & Clark Law School-specific resources include: 

Study Aids by Type

Where can you find the various types of studies aids in this list? Use the key below: 

SA = West Academic Study Aids 

P = Print 

These titles provide an overview of a specific area of law.

These titles provide an in-depth analysis of a specific area of law.

These titles provide outlines of the law, including black letter law and legal rules.

These titles are problem-based and contain questions with model answers and explanations. These are particularly good titles for preparing for exams.

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