Online study aids are secondary sources that help students develop a broad overview of a specific area of law. As a teaching institution, the Cornell Law Library is always acquiring study aids for students to help better understand the law.
In addition to the print materials on reserve, our online resources include:
- CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction). Hundreds of interactive CALI lessons covering topical areas of law and research are available via the internet. They are designed to help students understand the black letter of the law and test their comprehension of fundamental concepts. Contact Matt Morrison for the password to register for online access.
- The Registrar's Office provides Cornell law students with an Online Exam Archive. These are actual Cornell law school exams from previous years. Exams are also available on the third floor of the library in alcove 5 by the soft seating area.
Lexis and Westlaw both provide numerous research tutorials and study assistance on their respective law school pages. See more about student summer access.