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Study Aids

New this year - the Law Library has combined the former “Law Skills” collection and the Reserve Room study aids into one convenient collection in the reading room near the Circulation Desk. They may be checked out for 4 hours. Included in this collection are:

  • “Concise Hornbooks, and “Nutshells” from West publishing Company
  • “Examples and Explanations" series by Aspen Publishing Company
  • “Understanding the Law" series by Lexis Publishing
  • Audio CD's of the “Sum and Substance” series.


The Law Library maintains a reserve collection, available for checkout at the Circulation Desk. Reserve items may be checked out for 4 hours.

The reserve collection includes popular hornbooks and treatises on major topics of law. The reserve collection also includes basic guides to legal research and standard treatises on North Carolina law.

Don't know what you might need? Please stop by the reference desk and a Librarian will be able to show you the collection and recommend a hornbook or treatise.

Also found in the reserve room are the unbound periodicals and newspapers

Popular Movies and Games in the Reserve Room

For relaxation, the library also has a collection of popular movies (DVD and VHS), and a small collection of board games donated by the Student Bar Association.

Course Reserves

Faculty may also place specific books on reserve for individual courses. Please ask for them by Title or Author at the Circulation Desk. Assigned articles and cases are made available through Sakai.

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