How can I find Study Aids in the Library?
Where can I find a copy/print/scan machine?
The Law Library currently provides access to two online study aids databases: West Academic Study Aids and Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library. Titles in this guide, where available, are linked to their ebook access directly, or you can explore these databases to find additional titles.
West study aids include electronic versions of Hornbooks, Concepts & Insights books, Nutshells, as well as other series; use this link for direct access. Wolters Kluwer study aids include electronic versions of Examples & Explanations, Emmanuels Crunchtime and Law Outlines, and Glannon Guides, among others; use this link for direct access.
You should authenticate using your Access IT ID credentials (your usual LawNet login). You will always need to access these through the library website or links included here, but then you can create an individual account allowing you to make and save notes and annotations.
You can also access the study aids electronically via the Maloney Library catalog by searching “Study Aids” or the title of the series you are interested in. Note that the Wolters Kluwer Library is a newer edition, and it will take time before you can find links this way in the catalog.