Pence provides a number of exam resources for 1Ls and upper class students. We subscribe to both print and online resources that can help you with outlining, studying, memorization, etc. In addition we also provide Exam Refreshers throughout the semester.
The WCL Exam Database can be accessed from the Library Services page of the Pence Law Library website.
The exams database contains all of the examinations placed on reserve with the Pence Law Library by professors since 1990. If there are sample answers on reserve, these answers will be linked to the appropriate examination. A few exams will require a password for access; most will not.
NOTE: Professors are not required to put their exams into the database. There may or may not be an old exam for your professor. You can ask your professor to request to add their exam to the database.
West Academic Study Aids package. This package provides online access to many of the study supplements, including West’s Concise Hornbook Series, the Law Stories Series, and all of the Nutshells. To access the study supplements, you will need to go to http://lawschool.westlaw.com and click the link for “Study Aids Subscription.” The first time you log in, you will need to create an account with West Academic so that you can use the resource offsite.
CALI has a library of over 1,000 interactive legal tutorials written by law professors and geared towards law students.
Register for an account using your AU email @ http://www.cali.org/user/register
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