This guide is designed to help students at MU Law locate useful supplemental study resources for law school courses. Resources are available for all substantive courses. The materials include electronic resources, books, audio CDs, and flashcards. Use the drop down menus under the tabs to locate particular types of study aids.
Please remember that supplemental materials are meant to enhance, not replace, the assigned classroom material. Your professor can advise you on supplements that may be particularly useful aids in exam preparation.
CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorial written by law professors and librarians to help you learn the law. We recommend you use CALI lessons to learn or reinforce legal concepts and to review for exams.
Mizzou Law professors may provide copies of their previous exams to help students study. The exam bank can be viewed by professor's name or class.
Some professors may provide copies of their previous exams by posting them to course management systems such as TWEN, Lexis Webcourses, or Blackboard.
Check with your professor if you have questions about whether past exams will be provided, and where they will be made available.
Content: The Wolters Kluwer Study Aids package provides online and offline access to nearly 200 titles, including the following series:
Casenote Legal Briefs
Emanuel Law Outlines
Examples & Explanations
Friedman's Practice Series
Mizzou Law students can access the study aids package from on or off-campus. If you are on your laptop or off-campus, you’ll be prompted for your Mizzou username and password. Enter those and you are in!
Once you are in the system, you’ll notice a username and login link on the side. You can create a unique log-in that lets you annotate and highlight the titles you read. If you don’t want to do this, you don’t have to and you will still be able to read all the titles.
Using the System
There are almost 200 titles in this package. They are arranged by subject, so you can easily find the titles for the classes you are taking. If you are a fan of a certain series, you can click the link in the subject line-up on the left labeled ‘By Series’ to see all the titles in that series.
Once you’ve determined the title you want to read, you can read it online or you can download it to read offline. To read online, simply click the link next to Online Reading options (below). To download, click the download link. You will need to download the reader as well. A link to download the iPublishCentral reader will be provided on the download page.
LexisNexis is also offering access to Mizzou Law students the their LexisNexis Digital Study Aid package at this time that students are denied access to their print resources in the Law Library. Check your email for instructions on access and reach out to Cindy Bassett at email@example.com for help, if needed.