How do I?

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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...
Yale Law Library Provides Access to New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post Dear YLS Community, NEW YORK TIMES Several years ago the Yale Law Library became...
Legal Research Clinic Practice, Review, and Learn before your summer internship, clerkship, or job Tuesday, May 14, 9:30 - 4 pm   The Law Library is once again offering an...
Exam Prep Resources Dear Students, Exams are near and the law library has a variety of resources to help. The library collection contains books on...
Finding Old Exams 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...
Quimbee Tutorials Dear Students, Don’t forget that Quimbee tutorials are available to ALL Yale Law students!  Quimbee provides tutorials in many subjects, including...
Public Access Computers: Backing Up Your Files Dear Students, Hidden in plain sight when you log on to one of the public computers in the law library is a pop-up message...
Library Tip: Old and Foreign Films
Old and Foreign Films Dear Students: Do you need to watch a DVD from a foreign country or an old movie or documentary in VHS format? The Law Library has an open viewing...
Library Tip: SAW/ Substantial Research Guide
SAW / Substantial Research Guide Dear Students, Are you starting to think about writing your SAW or Substantial? Or could you use assistance as you begin to research your ...
Library Tip: Very Short Introductions Series
Very Short Introductions Series Dear Students,   Sometimes it can be challenging to know how to delve into a new topic or research interest. Time is in short supply and the...

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