Many professors post copies of exam questions from previous years in this database. Use these exams to practice test-taking and gauge your knowledge of the subject. To access the database from off campus, log in with the same username/password you use for your Suffolk e-mail account.
Treatises and Study Aids
The library's collection contains numerous treatises and study aids, like those in the Hornbook, Examples and Explanations, and Nutshell series. Follow the link above to lists of treatises and study aids in more than 70 subject areas.
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) offers more than 1,000 online interactive lessons in over 40 subject areas. Current students can get the authorization code to create their own CALI accounts by logging into Campus Cruiser, selecting Law Library under the Courses tab, and clicking Research Database Info.
Audio Study Aids
The library has Sum & Substance CDs in more than 20 topic areas. Listening to these CDs can be a good way to learn or review a subject.
Reserve a room in the library for your study group.
The end of the semester can be a stressful time for law students. Take time to Recharge Your Battery, and see the university Counseling Center's tips for stress management, including relaxation techniques and breathing exercises.