For Autumn 2020, due to safety concerns, the D’Angelo Law Library is unable to circulate physical course reserve items, including casebooks. In the event that we are unable to purchase electronic access of the course reserve items, we are making the first two weeks required readings for the class available on the course Canvas page when feasible. Please note that D'Angelo Law Library will not scan assigned readings beyond the first two weeks.
Please consult this spreadsheet to see which course books you have electronic access to and for a link to the scanned readings.
The Law Library subscribes to two online study supplement platforms: West Academic Study Aids and Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aids. These provide online access to many of the study supplements, including Examples & Explanations, Glannon Guides, West’s Concise Hornbook Series, the Law Stories Series, and all of the Nutshells. Additionally, Lexis study supplements, including the Understanding and Mastering series, are available via Lexis Digital Library.
The Law Library also maintains a list of available hornbooks and study supplements by course, and there are links to those that are available online.
In addition to these study, Law School students also have access to the online, interactive lessons provided by the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI). Ask a Law Librarian for the Law School's activation code.