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West Study Aids Online

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24/7 Access to Study Aids!
 

Study Aids Online - West Academic 
This online collection provides access to hundreds of supplemental study resources to help students succeed in law school including the following series: Intro to Law School series; Academic Success series (i.e., How to Write Law School Exams: IRAC Perfected),
 Hornbooks/Treatises (Concise Hornbook Series and Concepts and Insights Series); Law Stories Series; Nutshells; and Exam Prep materials like Flash Cards, Acing Series; and Career Guides.  Our collection also includes access to audio lectures like the Sum and Substance Audio series. 

To create an online study aids account, access West Study Aids.  Select Create an Account link at the top right corner on the West Study Aids Home page.  Use your Mercer Law email as the email address. 

Study Aids Online - Wolters Kluwer (WK)
     
Wolters Kluwer online study aids provides unlimited access to hundreds of study aid titles, including Examples & Explanations (a law student favorite), Emanuel Law OutlinesGlannon 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.) 

 

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Reference Services Librarian

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Sharon Bradley
Contact:
Mercer University School of Law
Furman Smith Law Library
Room 210
bradley_s@law.mercer.edu
478-301-2638

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.

Course Reserves

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

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