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Print format study aid materials are available at the Circulation desk for 2 hour loan periods.
The West Academic, Lexis Study Aids & Digital Library and CALI websites provide online access to hundreds of useful resources for law students.
CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction)A collection of over one thousand interactive, computer-based lessons designed to augment traditional law school instruction. Access is limited to Scalia Law School students, faculty and staff. To obtain the password to download CALI lessons, contact the Law Library Reference Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Scalia Law users only)
West Online Study AidsAn online subscription-based service that provides electronic access to over 350 study aids from West, Foundation Press and Gilberts, including Nutshells, Concise Hornbooks, Sum and Substance, and Gilbert Law Summaries. (Scalia Law users only)
Lexis Study AidsThe LexisNexis Digital Library (Lexis Study Aids) offers on-demand access to the Understanding series, the Question & Answer series, and more titles in an easy-to-read, book-like format. Titles can be downloaded and/or accessed on the mobile app.
This book takes you through the history, meaning, and purpose of legal writing in the American law. You will learn the essential form and substance necessary to craft an inter-office legal memo, helpful ideas for persuasive brief-writing, and tips for excelling in legal writing.