New Additions to Digital Study Aids at the UNC Law Library

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The Law Library has recently added two new packages of digital study aids to our extensive digital study aid collection. Some particularly popular highlights include One L of a Year: How to Maximize Your Success in Law School by Leah M. Christensen; Constitutional Law, Principles and Policies by Erwin Chemerinsky; and Civil Procedure by Richard Freer.

As a reminder, the Digital Study Aids by Topic research guide is available to help you identify and access digital study aid titles. Alternatively, you can access the Aspen Learning Library, LexisNexis Digital Library, and West Study Aid sites from our legal databases page. Access is available to all current UNC Law students with their ONYEN and password.

Here is the complete list of new titles:

Aspen Treatise Collection:

Civil Procedure, 4th Edition

Antitrust

Business Organizations, Second Edition

Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies, Fifth Edition

Contract Law and Theory, Second Edition

Criminal Law, Second Edition

Evidence, Sixth Edition

Federal Jurisdiction, Seventh Edition

International Law, Seventh Edition

Introduction to Feminist Legal Theory, Third Edition

Introduction to United States International Taxation, Sixth Edition

National Security Law: Principles and Policies

Patent Law, Fifth Edition

Property, Fifth Edition


LexisNexis Student Success Package

Expert Learning for Law Students, Third Edition

Coming to Law School: How to Prepare Yourself for the Next Three Years

Learning Outside the Box: A Handbook for Law Students Who Learn Differently

Hard-Nosed Advice from a Cranky Law Professor: How to Succeed in Law School

Starting Off Right in Law School, Second Edition

What the L?: 25 Things We Wish We'd Known Before Going to Law School

The Jim Report: My Life in Law School

Applying Law

"One L of a Year": How to Maximize Your Success in Law School

Law 101: What Law School's "Really" Like


Posted by Andrew J. Wisniewsky on Mon. February 21, 2022 10:00 AM
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