The Academic Success office maintains a resource library of approximately 400 study aids for students.
Academic Success' Resource Library is maintained to help you learn the skill of using supplemental materials appropriately. The director will try to match you to a study aid appropriate for your learning style and study needs. Be aware that some poor-quality study aids are on the shelves for pedagogical purposes.
These are the books Academic Success has found most useful for maximizing law school success.
Resource Library Materials
The resource library has a good selection of materials for most bar courses, as well as an extensive section on study skills. The greatest selection is for first-year courses. Holdings include hornbooks, treatises, Turning Points, Examples and Explanations, the Understanding series, Q&A, Student Guides, Nutshells and much more.
All items available for checkout are listed in the law library catalog.
You may check out up to two items at a time for three-days (72 hours), or more if the 3-day period would end on a Saturday or Sunday. Books may not be renewed online, but students may bring books in to be renewed in person. Holds may be placed only on items currently checked out.
Return items to the Academic Success Office (Room 123C) — outside the door is fine if the office door is closed. After business hours, please return items to the Law Library.
The Law Library also carries study aids for most College of Law classes. Access the list of reserve materials.