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An introductory guide to selected resources for 1Ls

West Study Aids Online

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To access West Study Aids from off-campus, create a West Academic account while in the law school building. Note: you must be in the law school building to create the account before you can use the study aids remotely. To create an account, click the Create an Account link at the top right corner of the West Study Aids home page.  Use your Mercer Law email as the email address. Once you have created an account, you can sign in and be able to access all the study aids while outside the law school building. We encourage you to create an account because not only will you gain remote access, but you can highlight and take notes as well. 

CALI Lessons

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) provides online interactive tutorials on legal topics. Your Legal Research professor or a librarian can provide you with Mercer's access code. 

Exam Preparation

Study Aids - Check out at the Circulation Desk

 

Treatises and Restatements

Corbin on Contracts [Perillo], rev. ed. 1993-present
  Walnut Wing KF801.C65. Major multivolume treatise.
 Also available on Lexis Advance

 

Murray on Contracts
  Reserve KF801.M87
Also available on  Lexis Advance

 

Restatement of the Law, Second - Contracts 2d
 Walnut Wing KF801.A75A6
Also available on  Lexis Advance   Westlaw and  HeinOnline

 

A Treatise on the Law of Contracts [Williston], 4th ed. 1990-present
 Walnut Wing KF801.C6. Major multivolume treatise.
Also available on   
Westlaw 

Assistant Law Librarian for Research

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Denise Gibson
Contact:
Office: Room 219
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Law Library Website

Use the Law Library’s home page, Student Services web page, and LawCat, the library's online catalog, to find additional resources and books.

DVD Collection

 The Law Library has a collection of over 150 law-related movies on DVD that can be checked out at the circulation desk.

Course Reserves

First year students should check Course Reserves to determine whether their professors placed additional materials in the library's Reserve collection behind the circulation desk.