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1L Resources

Guide to print and online study aids and topical treatises for first year classes.


This guide is intended to help UDC Law students locate the print and online versions of commercial study aids and topical treatises for listed classes. Everything on this page can be checked out from the library or accessed using West Study Aids online. These are not the only resources available, but are generally the most current and include those recommended by our faculty.

To borrow items, visit the Law Library Circulation Desk, located on the Lower Level of the law school. Study Aids located on Reserve can be borrowed for two hours and those in Main can be borrowed for two weeks. For more information about library policies and hours, please visit our website.

CALI Lessons

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, CALI, is a non-profit consortium of law schools that conducts research and development in legal instruction. They are best-known for CALI lessons, online interactive tutorials created by legal educators and lawyers. Each of the course pages to the left will provide links to CALI lessons relevant to the topic for students seeking to learn more or test their knowledge.

All UDC Law students can access the full library of CALI lessons, but an authorization code is required to create an account. For access, stop by the Reference Desk in the library or email