Selected Study Aids on Reserve

A study aid is one of several classifications that make up the broader category of legal treatises and are designed especially for law students. Study aids come in a range of sizes, formats, legal topics, and expository coverage. They share the same fundamental characteristics as other classifications of treatises. A treatise contains a table of contents, table of cases, analysis and discussion of the topical subject matter, cross references to case law, legislation, and other primary and secondary sources depending upon the treatise's topic. Most treatises are supplemented through a variety of methods, including annual pocket parts, pamphlets, and loose-leaf releases. The Study Aids Rolodex, located at Reserve, lists selected titles in our collection. We have conveniently made this list available to online users with easy access to the full bibliographic record. Last updated 8/17/14.

 

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