December is a busy month in law school. The Library has resources that can make it easier.
As you study for exams, remember that you can consult past HLS exams to get an idea of what might be in store. Past exams for 2000-2001 through 2011-2012 are available on the Registrar’s Examinations page. Print exam books from 1970 through 1995 are on reserve at the Library circulation desk.
CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, offers interactive lessons covering most legal subject areas. They can be a great way to review a topic. You’ll need our HLS access code for free registration.
If you need to decompress, check out a movie from the Library’s popular DVD collection, located in the Lemann Lounge. Although there are many law-focused titles, there are plenty of light comedies, and we recently updated the collection with award winners and foreign titles from the last few years.
The Library will be closed during most of winter break, so plan ahead if you need print materials. You will, of course, have access to electronic resources with your HUID and PIN. If you need an answer while we’re not around, check out our Ask a Librarian page or research guides.