Law students and lawyers read a lot. First years are experiencing that fact for the first time this week. We hope it’s going well. While reading in law school isn’t going to go away, the law library subscribes to a resource that might be helpful to those of you who like to mix things up a bit. This resource, AudioCaseFiles, provides .mp3 files of cases commonly found in case books. These audio files are a great way to supplement the reading that you’re doing and can be taken with you wherever you go. Here’s a short video showing how you can register for an account with your BYU Law email account.
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