You might know that you have 24/7 unlimited access to Emanuel’s outlines, Examples and Explanations and other great study aids via the Wolters Kluwer Study Aid Library. But did you know you can take notes, highlight and add bookmarks too? You can do so by creating a subaccount, and your notes, highlights and bookmarks will be there the next time you log in. There is a Student User Manual with instructions, but briefly:
- Log into Wolters Kluwer Study Aid Library using your library card number, which is your UANet ID.
- Once you are logged in click Sign Up in the User Login box on the lefthand side.
You will still be able to read the ebooks on the site even if you don’t create a sub-login; however, you won’t be able to take notes, highlights or add bookmarks.
Please contact the library with any questions you have about this great resource.Read More
For those considering the Asia Study Abroad program, you may want to take a look at the library’s Asia Study Abroad Travel Guide. The guide has links to travel guides, highlighting all the great things to see and do in Seoul, Tokyo and Nagoya. It also has reentry resources and tips for marketing your summer abroad experience to employers.Read More
Just a reminder: the law library is currently located at the Central Hower Building, 123 South Forge Street, Room 322. (See campus map.) The reference librarians can help you with your research for LARW, GWR papers or other legal research projects. Course books, audio study aids and lap tops are available for check out. Print study aids are available in the ASP office in Room 309 next to the library, and you may check these out at the library if ASP staff is not available.
The library’s staffed hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Feel free to call us during those hours, (330) 972-7330, or Email the Library at anytime.Read More
Proquest Supreme Court Insight provides convenient access to U.S. Supreme Court dockets, petitions, briefs, appendices, oral argument transcripts and opinions. This database contains cases argued before the Supreme Court only, not cert. denied cases. Currently, 500 cases from 2004-2014/15 are loaded. Over the next year, content from the current term will be added, as well as content working backward from 2004. By the end of 2017, the database will go back to 1975. Proquest’s subject matter indexing allows you to easily find cases on a certain subject, such as particular constitutional amendments, taxation, voting rights, land use and more.
Older U.S. Supreme Court materials 1832-1978 are available via another database, the Making of Modern Law. For more Supreme Court research resources, including current awareness, historical context and data sets, see the library’s guide U.S. Supreme Court Materials.Read More
Now you don’t have to come to the library to check out audio study aid lectures. You can access streaming audio via West Academic Study Aids Online. Both the Law School Legends and Sum and Substance Audio Series are online.
Access them by going to West Academic Study Aids Online, click on Series on the right hand side and select Sum and Substance Audio or Law School Legends to browse titles. You can also search for e.g.: civil procedure audio.