While it’s hard to believe, November is here (and has been for almost a week!). Unfortunately, November in law school means finals are around the corner. Here in the Law Library we do all we can to help you get ready for finals. One of the popular study helps we offer are flash cards by Law in a Flash. Near finals time it’s tough to keep these puppies on the shelf. You can check them out for 2 hours at a time at the circulation desk. We currently have the following sets of flash cards: Civil Procedure (parts 1 & 2), Con Law (parts 1 & 2), Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law, Crim. Pro., Evidence, Fed Tax, Future Interests, Professional Responsibility (parts 1 & 2), Real Property, Sales, Secured Transactions, Torts, and Wills and Trusts. You can also buy these flash cards as an iPhone or iPad app if you want to spend your own money on them.
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