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Additional Academic Support Websites

The websites listed below offer various forms of academic assistance or study resources for law students:

Advice to First Year Law Students (Julie Hilden)
http://writ.news.findlaw.com/hilden/20050816.html

CALI: The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
www.cali.org

DePaul University College of Law, Academic Support Program
law.depaul.edu/student_life/resources/asp.asp

Exam Writing (Brooklyn Law School)
www.brooklaw.edu/academics/academicsuccessprogram/~/media/PDF/Academics/Workshop-3.ashx

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law Exam Database
http://exams.digitallib.kentlaw.edu

Law.com Legal Dictionary
http://dictionary.law.com

LawNerds.com
www.lawnerds.com

Law School Life on Westlaw.com
http://lawschool.westlaw.com/shared/marketinfodisplay.asp?code=so&id=2&subpage=3

Law School - Materials for Success (Barbara Glesner Fines)
www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/profiles/glesnerfines/success-front.html

Outlining Course Material (Brooklyn Law School)
www.brooklaw.edu/academics/academicsuccessprogram/~/media/PDF/Academics/Workshop-2.ashx

St. Louis University School of Law, Outlining and Study Skills
http://law.slu.edu/academics/academic-resource-center/academic-support/general-advice/top-students-study-tips

Taking Multiple Choice Exams (Rogelio Lasso)
www1.law.umkc.edu/Students/BarExamInfo/Taking%20Multiple%20Choice%20Exams1.pdf

The Elements of Style (William Strunk, Jr.)
www.bartleby.com/141

Time Management (Suffolk University School of Law)
https://www.suffolk.edu/campuslife/4010.php

Villanova University School of Law, Exam Strategies
www.law.villanova.edu/Current%20Students/Academic%20Success/Exam%20Strategies.aspx

Why Study Groups are Not for Studying (Suffolk University School of Law)
http://theroadto1l.blogs.law.suffolk.edu/tips-of-the-week/why-study-groups-are-not-for-studying/

Writing Law Examinations (John H. Langbien)
http://lawschool.westlaw.com/shared/marketinfodisplay.asp?code=so&id=6&subpage=3