Study Aids can be an invaluable way to learn the fundamentals of an area of law. Publishers have created a number of different types of guides which can provide an overview of an area of law, examples to show how the law works and sample questions. This guide provides a brief listing of popular study aids used by students when preparing for courses and throughout their careers. Make sure to try multiple guides until you find the one that works best for you.
Some of these guides may be found online at ebooks.aspenlaw.com/ (if you are off-campus you will have to login through the VPN first: see instructions here). The online study aids available include the E&E series, Glannon Guides, Emanuel Law Outlines, and more.
In the Library
The latest edition of these study aides are located on Reserve at the Circulation Desk. Older editions can be found in the Stacks.
Books on Reserve in the library may be borrowed for up to four hours and those in the stacks for up to the entire semester. Be sure to check with the librarian when borrowing to see when your book will be due. Older editions may be borrowed for an extended period.