Monday, September 17, 2012

10 Most Popular Study Aids

Is it ever too early to start prepping for exams?

I'd have to give my typical attorney answer: it depends. But study aids can come in handy even if you're just prepping for class.

The National Jurist, which you may have picked up while grabbing coffee on the first floor, has an article this month called "10 Most Popular Study Aids" designed to improve your purchasing choices.

Great news: The law library carries seven of the ten titles, so you can actually flip through the books for closer review.

Here are links to the titles we have in the law library:
  1. Examples and Explanations
  2. Gilbert Law Summaries
  3. Emanual CrunchTime
  4. Understanding Series
  5. Casenote Legal Briefs
  6. Concepts and Insights Series
  7. Mastering Series
For other study aids, feel free to stop by the library and wander the aisles in the reserve room. (That's the area behind the circulation desk on your right when you enter the library.)