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- On campus: 3-9111
- Off campus: (404) 413-9111
- Submit a Technology or Classroom Support Request
The GSU College of Law Library is committed to providing a student-centered and collegial environment designed specifically for law student research and study.
Reserves are located behind the circulation desk and include course books as well recommended and supplemental course materials. Reserve items can be checked out for three hours at a time. Only two Reserve items may be checked out in a three hour period. The items can be renewed after the three hours expires, if no one has requested the item. GSU students must use their student IDs to check out Reserve materials.
http://reserves.gsu.edu/eres/ is a campus wide system that links to the GIL catalogue for hard copy material, but also contains electronic documents that professors may place on reserve. The E-Reserves system is searchable by instructor or class. A password is required to access electronic reserve materials. The authorization code is available from your professor or from the Reference Desk.
An electronic archive of past law school exams given by many GSU professors is available at http://law.gsu.edu/library/index/exam_archive/. A link to this archive is available on the Law Library website. A MyLaw ID and password is required to view the archived exams. The collection is not exhaustive; professors can choose to make past exams available or not.
The Law Library collects a number of traditional and interactive resources that can supplement a student’s law school classes including Sum and Substance audio lectures, Law in a Flash study cards, and study and review books (i.e. Examples and Explanations series, the Understanding series, hornbooks nutshells, etc.) These materials are collected for all first year classes and many upper level classes as well. They are available behind the circulation desk for check out.
CALI lessons, located at http://www2.cali.org/, are interactive, computer-based tutorials provided by the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI). There are over 675 lessons available to help you study 32 different legal subject areas. Lessons are great for mastering material during the semester and/or studying for exams. When registering a new account at CALI, you must use our school’s authorization code to create the account. The authorization code is available from the Reference Desk.