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Law Student Resources

Electronic & Course Reserves

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Your professors may have reading assignments placed on course reserve, located behind the circulation desk, so be sure to check your syllabus. Readings from the first two weeks of all 1L courses are also available online via the library’s e-reserve.

The law library has at least one copy of all casebooks for 1L courses on reserve. These should help you get started this semester but aren’t a substitute for getting your own casebooks and materials.


Course Reserves (Print)

Past Exams

The law library's Sample Exams "Course" on the e-Reserves page provides access to many sample exams and best answers as provided by Alabama Law faculty. Access is for current law students only. 

Exams are provided to the library at the discretion of law faculty. Coverage is therefore selective and not all faculty, courses or exams are necessarily represented.

Some sample exams are only available in print. These exams may be on reserve at the circulation desk or in the printed exam books available in the library. 

West Academic Early eBook Access

West Academic has graciously partnered with the Law School to provide complimentary access to ebook versions of your West Academic Textbooks for the first two weeks of class. Please note that this complimentary access to the ebook versions lasts only for the first two weeks of class. Please see the PDF below for instructions to obtain complimentary access to adopted West Academic and Foundation Press for the first two weeks of class.