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Exhibit A: Law Library Blog

Library Tip of the Week: Exam Prep and Study Aids

by Professor Malikah Hall on 2022-04-18T10:00:00-05:00 in Law Library Resources | Comments

It's almost exam time again!

To help you ease the stress and make the most of your study time, the library has put together a list of resources that can assist students in preparing for classes and exams.

The West Academic Study Aids Collection includes frequently used resources such as Nutshells, Gilbert’s Law Summaries, Sum & Substance series, Short & Happy Guides, Acing series, and many more. If you have any trouble accessing West Academic Study Aids o please contact Joan String, the Head of Technical and Electronic Services, at jstringfellow@law.tamu.edu

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)  offers over 900 interactive tutorials in 33 law school subjects. Registration is free for all TAMU Law students. If you need a registration code, please email the reference librarians at lawref@law.tamu.edu.

The Student P.L.A.Y. Guide provides free and low-cost electronic resources that will help you relax and recharge while studying. In addition to these resources, the law library provides flexible seating, study carrels, puzzle stations, a gaming station, and other relaxation resources for you to enjoy while utilizing the library space.   

The Law Library Academic Support Collection (located on Range 91B) includes resources that cover a range of topics including law school success, property, torts, contracts, and civil procedure.

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Good luck on your exams, and stay well!

Gig 'em!

Your Dee J. Kelly Law Library


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