Where can I find legal-subject study aids, either in print or online?


Study aids can clarify confusing concepts and even provide practice questions for your review. A variety of law-related study aids are available at the Law Library and the best one to use depends on your course and individual study habits. In addition to the online West Academic Study Aids, most of our print books can be found in the Study Aids section (Reading Room, 2d floor), with older editions in the stacks available for checkout.

If you want to find all the different study aids the library has on a particular legal topic, then use our Treatise Finders for a list.

CALI lessons are another useful exam review option. Over 800 interactive lessons prepared by law professors and librarians cover over 30 practice areas of law. Georgetown Law students may get a registration code by picking up a CALI card from the display in the Reading Room, or by asking at the Reference Desk in the main atrium.

Don't forget the Georgetown Law's bank of past exams and the Student Bar Association's outline bank.

If you would like to see guides on studying for and taking law school examinations, we have some books in our collection to assist you.

Quimbee is a popular provider of legal study aids (case briefs, outlines) and bar review study resources. While the library does not subscribe to Quimbee, ABA free student members can take advantage of a 30-day trial, and ABA Premium student members ($25) can get a 90-day trial.

Good luck with your studies!

  • Last Updated Jul 03, 2024
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  • Answered By Erie Taniuchi

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