Click the above link and log in with your Alabama Law username and password.
By creating a personal account, you can take advantage of personalized options such as taking notes, highlighting text, and creating bookmarks. Creating a West Academic account allows you to take notes, highlight, save favorites, download titles for offline access, and more.
Note: Once your account is properly set up, you can log in independently from your school’s network without needing IP Access.
You can print up to 30% of the book if you’re signed in with your personal account. To export your notes, click Export at the bottom of the Notes navigation pane.
Check that your school’s name appears at the top of the page after “You are logged into.” You have to first log in to the subscription before you can enter your personal login. It’s a two-step process.
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The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) hosts a library of over 1,000 interactive tutorials and quizzes written by law professors and geared toward law students. Most common law school course topics are covered. CALI also has textbooks that are free to download in PDF, Word, and eBook formats. CALI also has outlines.
The resources below provide lessons. The resources below also provide an outline for most of the subject areas.
You can ask a law librarian for help with this information.
Elgar Advanced Introductions: Law has titles that are stimulating and that thoughtfully introduce major fields in law. The titles are expertly written by the world's leading scholars. The titles are designed to be accessible yet rigorous, they offer concise and lucid surveys of the issues associated with discrete subject areas.
Go to the Elgar Advanced Introductions: Law website (link above). While in the law school or law library, you will automatically have access to all available content. From off-campus, you will be prompted to log in with your Alabama Law username and password. You can also create an account to personalize your experience.
Please visit the main Edward Elgar Publishing website.
A personal user account is required to use the personalized features such as
All individual users can create accounts. You do not need to have access to the content on www.advancedintros.com to create a user account.
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Lexis Digital Library includes online and app-based access to study aids in ebook format.
Library code: alabamalaw
Enter your law school username and password.
The law school class of 2025 will have to log in under the guest option while at the law school. Leave your browser and tab open for off-campus access. Also, be sure to export/print all notes before closing your book. You can ask a law librarian for help with this information.
There are also getting started videos that are a great way to learn how Lexis Digital Library works.
Below is a list of some of the study aids in Lexis Digital Library collection with an explanation
Go to the West Academic Study Aids Collection website. While in the law school or law library, you will automatically have access to all available content. From off campus, you will be prompted to log in with your Alabama Law username and password. You can also create an account to personalize your experience.
Creating a West Academic account allows you to take notes, highlight, save favorites, download titles for offline access, and more.
Once your account is properly set-up, you can log-in independently from your school’s network.
Below is a list of some of the study aids in the West Academic Study Aids collection with an explanation
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