You can now access the complete collection of Wolters Kluwer's most popular study aids, including:
CASENOTE LEGAL BRIEFS Expert case summaries to help you prepare for class discussion.
EMANUEL LAW OUTLINES #1 outline choice among law students.
EXAMPLES & EXPLANATIONS Professor recommended for their hypothetical questions and detailed explanations.
GLANNON GUIDES Multiple-choice questions with clear explanations of answers.
EMANUEL CRUNCHTIME Concise explanations and practice problems when you need them most.
. . . AND MORE!
In addition to leading study aid content, the Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library offers over 200 videos with coverage of 21 course areas. Each video covering a fundamental legal concept is written and presented by a law professor or legal practitioner, providing you with additional tools and resources that can be accessed 24/7 to succeed in today's challenging law school environment.
To access the online study aid library, visit the Law Library's list of databases and click the link for Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library On-Campus Access or Off-Campus Access, following any prompts to login. Browse or search to access specific titles, using the table of contents to navigate the resource. Students who register individual accounts can place bookmarks, highlight, and save notes for later access.
To get started using all the Wolters Kluwer content and learning tools now available to you, check out the FAQ or view the short tutorial below.
A selection of past midterm and final exams from Detroit Mercy Law professors and instructors are available to current students on TWEN—just add the "Past Exams" course to your TWEN homepage. A password is required.
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Access free outlines and video lessons on dozens of subjects using CALI Online Lessons. These interactive tutorials are written by law professors and geared toward law students of every level.
Before you can access CALI lessons, you will need to create an account using the school's CALI authorization code, found in your orientation packet or available at the library. If you need a code, please email email@example.com.