Aspen Publishing online study aids provides unlimited access to hundreds of study aid titles, including Examples & Explanations (a law student favorite), Emanuel Law Outlines, Glannon Guides, and more.
Students may be prompted to enter their MyMercer Login and ID to access it off campus. We recommend that students create their own accounts for taking notes, printing, downloading, and highlighting, but they need to be on the law school campus to create their accounts. (Click To Personalize Login in upper right corner.)
Bloomberg Law provides access to U.S. federal & state primary law, docket materials, directories, news, proprietary research reports, some foreign law materials, SEC filings, and an amazing set of model forms and contracts, among other resources. The Bloomberg Law Help Center offers a number of useful guides and other materials and services.
Faculty and students: please contact email@example.com for a password.
Lexis ebooks, including the Carolina Academic Press "Understanding Series", are made available through OverDrive. Anyone on the law school network can access items. Create a personal account in order to highlight and annotate the books, or to view remotely or via app.
Ebook treatises and practice guides. Titles include Administrative Law: Practice and Procedure, Automobile Liability Insurance, Attorneys' Fees, American Law of Zoning, Age Discrimination, Blue's Guide to Jury Selection, Criminal Procedure 4th (West's Criminal Practice Series), Closing Arguments, Environmental Law, and Federal Tort Claims.
West's study aids collection, including: Concise Hornbooks, Exam Pro, High Court Case Summaries, Acing Series, Nutshells, and Gilbert Law Summaries. The collection also includes audio lectures such as the Sum and Substance Audio Series.
To create an account, click the Create an Account link at the top right corner of the West Online Study Aids home page. Use your Mercer Law email as the email address.
Comprehensive online legal research system for law faculty and law students. Please ask at the Reference Desk for assistance. Westlaw also provides a free course web page system, TWEN, available to Mercer law faculty.
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