Feeling a little confused and in need of some clarification about your coursework? The Law Library has study aid materials that can help! The most recent copies of the materials are in the Reserves collection and are available for a three-hour loan period.
Some examples of study aids are Treatises, Hornbooks, and Nutshells:
The Law Library also carries the following study aid series:
For a complete list of study aid materials by course subject area, please use this link: http://libguides.law.umn.edu/studyaidpublications
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is an organization best known for its online interactive tutorials. These educational tutorials on legal topics, known as CALI Lessons, are authored by law faculty and peer-reviewed by the CALI editorial board. There are over 950 CALI Lessons on 35 legal subjects. Most of the lessons have quizzes to help you understand the material as you go through the lesson.
CALI Lessons help you gain a better understanding of a particular law school subject or legal concept.
Examples of CALI Lessons:
CALI also has a section that suggests lessons that correlate to casebooks: http://www.cali.org/content/lessons-casebook
If you do not already have your CALI authorization code, stop by the Reference Desk to pick one up!