This Guide lists treatises, hornbooks, nutshells, and other study aid publications, including DVD and online resources available in the library. The guide also lists bar exam review materials available on reserve. For advice in selecting and using study aids, see, "Study Aids: Proceed with Caution" by Amy L. Jarmon, 42 (3) Student Lawyer 19, (Nov. 2013).
West Academic Study Aids Digital Collection
Features study aid publications and materials in ebook, audio and video formats. The collection includes popular series such as Hornbooks, Nutshells, Black Letter Law, Gilbert Law Summaries, Legalines and many others.
Carolina Academic Press Study Aids
Featuring ebook versions of these study aid series: Mastering, Q & A, Skills & Values, and Understanding. Also includes treatises on various areas of law and practice, from adoption law to water law.
The following study aid series are available for check out from the Reserve collection at the Circulation Desk and available online as noted below:
To find nutshells and hornbooks on other topics try searching MNCAT using the keywords: nutshell, treatise or hornbook (as appropriate) and a subject or descriptive term(s). Example: nutshell real estate
Other recommended sources for locating study aids publications include: the Georgetown Law Library Treatise Finders, and the Harvard Law School Library Legal Treatises by Subject Guide.