Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
Our subscription to the CALI library includes over 600 lessons covering 32 legal education subject areas. These are often very helpful for the common 1L courses such as property, torts, criminal law and civil procedure. Faculty and students can access the CALI via the web at cali.org. Please stop by the library service desk or call us at ext. 2-4900 for a CALI authorization code. Librarians can help identify CALI lessons that would be useful to you.
Many professors place books and other materials on reserve for students. You can determine whether a professor has places materials on reserve by doing a course search CLICsearch. Do not hesitate to stop by the circulation desk if you need help locating materials for a particular course.
Final Exams Online & on Reserve
Many professors place sample midterms and final exams on reserve for their students. You can determine whether a professor has placed a final exam on reserve by doing a course search in CLICsearch. Do not hesitate to stop by the circulation desk if you need help locating exams for a particular course.
First Year Student Resources
For a helpful listing of books for 1L exams, check out the Law Book List.
A helpful libguide created by the reference staff with great resources to help new law students: Law School Success: For 1L's