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Introduction to the Library
A guide to Mabie Law Library resources and services to help students succeed in law school
The library offers a digital collection of exam prep and study materials from West Academic that you can access from your computer or mobile device.
Gilbert Law Summaries - These course outlines include black letter law, capsule summaries, and correlation charts to match pages to relevant casebooks. Also features practice multiple-choice, true-false, and essay questions.
Audio lectures - The Law School Legends series offers 1-hour lectures by noted law school professors.
Exam Pro - Now with multiple-choice questions! This series includes sample exams, both multiple-choice and essay. Students can check their answers against keys that explain not only the best answer choice but also why other answers are not the best choice. Also cites leading hornbooks and treatises.
Flashcards - Electronic flashcards present objective questions on legal topics covered in your law school courses. Explanations accompany correct answers, providing a way to test your knowledge of black letter law.
This database, behind the law school's intranet, provides access to a selection of past exams. Professors may elect to provide the library a copy of their past exams. Most of the multiple choice questions have been redacted. Speak with a librarian at the reference desk if you experience issues.
UC Davis participates in the CALI consortium. This service provides tutorials on topics included in the 1L/2L instruction. Many of the tutorials contain vignettes, multiple choice questions, model questions/answers, etc. Contact a librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org for an authorization code.