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Resources for Finals Preparation

by Justin Huston on 2021-04-06T10:03:23-05:00 | Comments

With the end of the semester approaching, please remember the library has a few options to help you prepare for finals.

Online Study Aids

The West Academic Study Aids Collection provides digital access to study aids, audio books and lectures, video courses, and interactive Exam Pro practice questions. More information about the collection is available from the law library’s  Resources for Law Students guide here.

Study Aids on Reserve

The library also has copies of other study aids on reserve, including titles from the Examples & Explanations and Questions & Answers series. More information about study aids is available in the law library’s Resources for Law Students guide here. 

CALI

CALI offers steaming online lectures and practice quizzes on a variety of law school subjects, all created by law school professors. More information about accessing CALI is available in the law library’s Resources for Law Students guide here.

Past Exams

The law library's Online Exam File provides access to many sample exams and best answers as provided by Alabama Law faculty. To access past exams, you will need to login with your law school username and password, e.g. User.Name@law.ua.edu.

Student Survey

Finally, please consider taking a quick, 5 minute survey about services the library hopes to be able to offer again in the fall:https://universityofalabama.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_37yi2kkBDyMBI22


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