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Course Materials & ExamsCALI
CALI offers hundreds of online tutorials covering 30 different Law School topics. These lessons can be extremely helpful when reviewing course materials for finals, or just trying to get a handle on an area of law. Click here for information on how to access the CALI lessons, as well as information on Westlaw and Lexis tutorials.
Blackboard is the course management system used at the College of Law. Click here and login using your NetID and password.
OutlinesSome College of Law student organizations have made sample course outlines available. The Law Library in no way endorses the content or use of these outlines, but as a service to you provides the links below. Clearly, the true benefit of a course outline is in the actual creation of it, and the thought process involved. However, once you have created your own outline, you may want to see how other students have organized the content of the course.
Corporate Law Society
International Law Society (scroll down to “Law Study Aids” at the bottom)
Schedules & CalendarsLooking for your course or exam schedule? Want to know when Spring Break is? Check the College of Law’s Calendars & Schedules page.
The Law Library hours are also available online.
College of Law ExamsA number of Law School exams are given online using the ExamSoft program. The IT Department of the College of Law has drafted a guide to using ExamSoft which addresses how to use the software, and answers frequently asked questions. You will have to login with your NetID to access this guide.
Exams given in prior years are not generally made available. If your professor chooses to make an old exam available, she will either hand it out in class or make it available through the course webpage or blackboard site.
Once posted, the exam schedule is available on the College of Law’s Calendars & Schedules page.
Helpful suggestions about exams & success in law school can be found at the following webpage: http://law.slu.edu/academic_support/examtaking.html.
Bar Exam InformationWe have compiled for you a list of sites about the Bar Exam, and the New York Bar Exam in particular. Take a deep breath, relax, and think of a happy place ….
Commercial Bar Review Courses:
To identify traditional or online bar review courses, try:
Findlaw’s Links to Bar Review Courses
General Bar & Bar Review Sites:
Advice on Passing the Bar from Saint Louis University School of Law
Bar Exam Information from CUNY School of Law Library
Bar Exam Information from Pace Law School
New York Lawyer Guide to Passing the Bar Exam
Links to State Bar Examiner Websites
Bar Exam Organizations
New York State Board of Law Examiners
National Conference of Bar Examiners (this site contains information about the MPRE, MPT and the MBE)