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Study Aids
Dear Students: Casebooks are essential to your studies but let’s face it, sometimes you just want something short and pithy to explain concepts. We can help with that! The...
Exams are near and the law library has a variety of resources to help. The library collection contains books on outlining, exam prep strategies, essay exam techniques (IRAC...
Legal research instruction doesn’t just happen in the classroom. The library has created a number of instructional videos that you can watch at your own pace. In...
Managing Stress
March is Mental Health & Wellness Month at YLS, and your Law Library has a few suggestions for managing stress and maintaining a healthy lifestyle during law school and...
Are you starting to think about writing your SAW or Substantial? Or could you use research assistance as you are writing? The Law Library can help you get started and find...
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The Statlab has announced its spring workshop series, including sessions on Stata, R, SPSS, SAS, LaTeX, ArcGIS, Social Network Analysis, Python, and more. All sessions...
Library Tip: Specialized Collections
In addition to the expected collection of US federal and state legal material (mostly located on L3 (center bookcases), L4, and L5), the Law Library’s print holdings...
Dear Students: Did you know the library offers a free Scan on Demand service? Scan on Demand (aka Scan and Deliver) is a free, electronic document delivery service that...
Dear Students:  Are you familiar with the Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository? The Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository is our online, open access website...
Dear Students Did you know that the Law Library makes accessible many of your professors’ previous exams to use as study aids? Yale Law School students can access these exams...

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