Use this research guide to learn about and access study guides, both in print and online, to help you study for exams, as well as to provide general guidance in your understanding of legal concepts. They're arranged by class at the tab level. Each tab contains aids broken down by type.
Note that your primary source of information in preparing for finals should be your casebook and your notes from class lectures. Further, if your professor recommends a particular study aid, consult that one before any others. That said, try out different study aids and see what suits your method of studying best; what may work for others may not work for you. Be flexible.
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Available to all users.
Limited to users within the Suffolk University community. May require login with unique username and password.
Available in print.
Use is limited to those with a Lexis+ account.
Use is limited to those with a Westlaw Precision account.
May require individual username and password for the playing platform.
Online Film/Movie/Short Video
Emmanuel CrunchTime (Wolters Kluwer)
Examples & Explanations (Wolters Kluwer)
Nutshell Series (West Academic)
Understanding Series (Lexis+)
February 1, 2022