One of the most important aspects of preparing for exams is to practice answering them. There are a number of study aids available that provide practice problems and suggested answers. Many of these study aids are available to Marquette law students online through the LexisNexis Digital Library. For information about temporary electronic access to print guides, please see the Electronic Study Aids tab on A Guide to Law Library Resources for Students Working Remotely.
Eckstein Law Library collects study aids in the following series:
Examples & Explanations (print)
Mastering (print and Digital Library)
Questions & Answers (print and Digital Library)
Skills & Values (Digital Library)
Understanding (print and Digital Library)
Current editions of print study aids are kept in the reserve room and can be requested and checked out at the circulation desk. Earlier editions of some titles may be available in the open stacks under the same call number. Study aids in the Digital Library are available online and can be checked out even if other students are using the same study aid.
Also available to law students are interactive exercises and lessons by Casebook page at CALI, The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. Access is restricted to students and faculty of Marquette University Law School; please contact our Reference Desk, 414-288-3837, or our Circulation Desk, 414-288-7092, for the password.