Access to many popular study aid series including: Examples & Explanations, Glannon Guides, Emanuel Law Outlines, Casenote Legal Briefs, Inside Series. There are audio recordings as well as over 200 videos covering 21 course areas. Creating a personal password account allows for note-taking, highlighting capabilities, and easy access on any device using their app. To create a personal account: Go to: Aspen Learning Library, then click on the Register button. After you create a personal account or if you already have an account, go to Aspen Learning Library and then click on Login button using your personal account information. After you have created a personal account you can then use a browser (Mac use Firefox or Chrome) or available apps to access Aspen Learning Library. You can select and download the Aspen Learning Library app to your device.
With West Academic Study Aids you can access several study aid series including: Acing series, Black Letter Outlines, Career Guides, Nutshells, Law Stories series, Concise Hornbook/Hornbook series, Law School Legends Audio series and Sum and Substance Audio series. This subscription also includes sample multiple choice and exam questions!
1. Go to: West Academic Study Aids
2. Click on Create an Account
3. After you have made an account or if you already have an account you can go to directly to https://subscription.westacademic.com and Sign In with your West Academic Study Aids Account. Creating your own account allows you to save your notes and favorite books.
There are a few titles in Westlaw that you can access once you have set-up your Westlaw account. All incoming law students receive username and password information during the School of Law orientation process each fall at the start of the semester. In addition to titles helpful when studying, this database includes law cases, statutes, regulations, secondary sources, news, periodicals and more!
There are a few titles in Lexis that you can access once you have set-up your Lexis account. All incoming law students receive username and password information during the School of Law orientation process each fall at the start of the semester. In addition to titles helpful when studying you will find legal encyclopedias, law reviews and journals;, American Law Reports, federal and state cases, statutes and regulations, and European Union law.
Procertas helps to ensure individuals in any sector, at any stage of their career, are making the most of the applications that define modern productivity. Law students and faculty can log in with their UGA email address to access tutorials on Microsoft Word, Word Contract, Word Brief, Word Memo, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and PDF. Within these modules, users can learn over 100 specific skills.