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Look at various study aids in the Law Library's Academic Success Collection. Decide which type suits you best.
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What resources are available?

A large collection of hornbooks and study aids is located in the Law Library for student use. Available resources include hornbooks, practice exams in various formats, flashcards, audio CDs, and law school success books. Students may browse available titles by subject using the online library catalog

Students can discuss the different materials with an Academic Success Center (ASC) Lecturer to decide which resources might be best suited to their purpose.

 

What is the Academic Success Center?

The ASC is a program of academic support for all students that is geared toward fostering continuous improvement through skill building in classes, workshops, and individual advising on law school success strategies. All students (day and evening) have access to the Academic Success Lecturers who make up this department.

For more information consult the Tools for Student Success  portion of the ASLS website.

 

How does the ASC work?

The ASC is designed to create a safe learning environment so that students can explore what strategies work best for them based on their individual learning style. Students are also encouraged to learn new skills that will help them thrive in the law school classroom, succeed on law school exams and ultimately pass the bar exam.

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