West Academic Study Aids offers you easy online access to hundreds of study aids, treatises, and audio lectures to help you succeed in law school. To access the collection, go to the West Academic webpage.
You must use your ASU email address to create an account. West Academic will recognize you as a member of the ASU community and allow you to create an account when you use your email address as your username. Once you create an account, your West Academic login will ensure off-campus access to the study aids and will also enable you to print, download, highlight, and take notes. You can download the West Academic Library Mobile App and study anywhere.
Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aids provides unlimited online access to hundreds of titles. Some series that are available include Examples & Explanations, Emanuel Law Outlines, and Glannon Guides. Click here to access WK Online Study Aids.
Use this link to create an account: https://ebooks-aspenlaw-com.ezproxy1.lib.asu.edu/bookshelf. Click register to create an account. Once you create an account, your WK login will ensure off-campus access to the study aids. You will also be able to print, download, highlight, and take notes. You can download the WK Study Aids Mobile App and study anywhere.
The Study Skills Collection is located on the third floor of the Law Library across from the Circulation Desk. The collection brings together an array of study aids, legal research and writing texts, exam and Bar exam materials. All the materials in the Study Skills Collection may be checked out for two weeks and are renewable twice.
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The Law Library subscribes to the CALI Library of Lessons tutorials. CALI tutorials, written by law faculty and librarians from American law schools, are reviewed and revised on a regular basis. The lessons are designed to help you become accustomed to taking multiple-choice examinations and provide feedback to your answers. CALI offers more than 1,000 interactive tutorials on legal education topics, from 1L subjects such as Torts and Contracts, to upper-level classes including Administrative Law and Commercial Transactions. It also has legal research tutorials for most state jurisdictions and federal cases, statutes, and regulations. To access the law school's subscription to CALI, please click here: Access to CALI. You may also contact Electronic Services Librarian, Sean Harrington.