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Criminal Law: Home

An introductory guide to selected resources for 1Ls

CALI Lessons

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) provides online interactive tutorials on legal topics. Your Legal Research professor or law librarian at the reference desk can provide you with Mercer's access code so you can create your own password. 


Exam Preparation


Law School Survival Manual: From LSAT to Bar Exam by Nancy Rapoport
Reserve KF283.R37 2010.

Open Book: Succeeding on Exams from the First Day of Law School by Barry Friedman
Reserve KF283.F75 2011


Writing Law Examinations by John H. Langbien


CALI Lessons

Writing Better Law School Exams: The Importance of Structure

Tips for Multiple Choice Exams in Law School


Prior Exams

Mercer Law professors may have their prior exams posted on their course web pages.

Study Aids

Course Reserves

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

Reference Services Librarian

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John M. Perkins
Room 210

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.

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