The Library maintains a small collection of select study aids, including several popular series. However, there are many other options available, and we encourage students to contact their professors for suggestions on supplementary reading.
We have titles from the Hornbook, Nutshell, and Understanding series, as well as a few E&Es and Q&As. Current editions are behind the service counter, and you can check ANTPAC to see if they’re available. Sample searches:
- Subject: “legal study aids” and Subject: “administrative law”
- Subject: “legal study aids” and Subject: “constitutional law”
- Subject: “legal study aids” and Title: “international”
- Subject: “legal study aids” and Subject: “legal ethics”
- Subject: “legal study aids” and Title: “torts”
Related link: UCI Law Library – study aids
- CALI.org (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) has a wide selection of free online lessons that are available to all UCI Law students. Contact Ellen Augustiniak (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the authorization code – it takes just a few seconds to sign up for an account once you have the code.
- Students can also purchase access to online study aids for personal use, sort of like an add-on to the regular law student accounts. Questions about these options should go to the account representatives listed on the law school home pages for each product.