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First-Year Law Student Resource Guide   Tags: brief, casebooks, exams, first year, outlining  

In this guide we have selected a few of our favorite resources for first year law students.
Last Updated: Jul 3, 2014 URL: http://lawlibguides.seattleu.edu/first-year Print Guide RSS Updates

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Check out Books from the Law Library


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Excelling in Law School: A Complete Approach - Jason C. Miller
Call Number: LAW-Reserve KF272.M548 2013
ISBN: 9780735599246

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Expert Learning For Law Students - Michael Hunter Schwartz
Call Number: LAW-Reserve, KF283.S39 (2008)
ISBN: 1594605459


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Law 101 - Jay M. Feinman
Call Number: LAW-4th Floor, KF387.F45 (2010)
ISBN: 0195395131

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Law School Basics: A Preview Of Law School And Legal Reasoning - David Hricik
Call Number: LAW-Reserve, KF283.H75 (2000)
ISBN: 1889057061


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Learning the Law: Success in Law School and Beyond - Steven J. Frank
Call Number: LAW-Reserve, KF283.F73 (1997)
ISBN: 0806518715

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"One L of a Year": How to Maximize Your Success in Law School - Leah M. Christensen
Call Number: LAW-Reserve KF283.C485 2012
ISBN: 9781594609473



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The Law School Trip: The Insider's Guide to Law School - Andrew J. McClurg
Call Number: LAW-Reserve, PN6231.L4M33 (2001)
ISBN: 1552126463
Written by an award-winning law professor and humorist, The Law School Trip is a step-by-step guide to the surreal world of legal education.

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The Law Student's Pocket Mentor: From Surviving to Thriving - Ann L. Iijima
Call Number: LAW-Reserve, KF283.I35 (2007)
ISBN: 0735540349

 

Law Library Events

What does the law library offer to students?

Take a short tour and find out! Tours will last 15 minutes and introduce you to our study aids, online and print materials, Document Delivery Center, and lots more. Tours meet at the reference desk inside the library, and are led by a reference librarian.

Researching a paper? Have work-related research questions? Law Librarians can get you on the right path! Attend one of our 30 minute research talks on a variety of topics such as finding treaties, writing a paper, docket searching, and more!

Other Guides for 1Ls

Finding Study Aids
by Reference Librarian - Last Updated Apr 16, 2014
The law library subscribes to five major study aid series. Remember, study aids are just that: aids to your regular study. They are not a substitute for attending class and reading required material!
445 views this year
Exam Taking Resources
by Reference Librarian - Last Updated Apr 12, 2013
The law library provides many materials that may assist you as you prepare for exams.
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New Student Information
by Tina Ching, Stephanie Wilson - Last Updated Aug 19, 2013
So you’re starting law school. You’ve got a lot of things on your mind. Here are the essential things you need to know about the law library.
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Researching Legal Careers
by Reference Librarian - Last Updated Oct 22, 2013
A guide to finding information on legal careers in many areas of the law
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