CALI lessons allow you to work through issues in civil procedure in an interactive format in which you answer questions and explain your reasoning. If you are confused or have questions about an issue, a CALI lesson may provide a quick way to test and improve your knowledge.
Here are a few Civil Procedure Lessons that are helpful for 1Ls. A complete list of Civil Procedure Lessons is available at the CALI website
Study Aids for Contracts
Hornbooks and other study aids provide additional perspectives and clarifications to your assigned reading. Do not rely on them exclusively.
Unless otherwise noted all these Texts are located in the Law Library's Study Aids collection, which is located in the bookcase on your right as you enter the Law Library.
Some Sources of Contract Law
Historically contract law has been judge-made law. In other words, the rules and doctrines of contract law emerge and evolve as judges make decisions in private litigation. The Restatement of Contracts distills the concepts and rules articulated in contract decisions and presents them in a conceptually organized format. Besides stating rules and principles, the Restatement also includes lengthy comments explaining those rules and principles as well as examples to illustrate their application. Students should bear in mind that the Restatement in itself has no precedential value, although it can acquire precedential value to the extent that courts recognize and adopt particular provisions.
For sections 1-177 of the R2d, click here
For sections 178-315 of the R2d, click here
For sections 316 - End of the R2d, click here
Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code outlines a framework of rules to govern "transactions in goods." Article 2 has been enacted into law in every state except Louisiana. It has also been adopted in the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. Note that while the versions of Article 2 adopted in different states are very similar, there is some minor variation from state to state.
For the text of UCC Article 2 and comments (as amended through 1994), click here
For the text of the UCC as enacted in New York State, click here
Koren AV Resources on Contracts
Audio Downloads of Contracts Cases
The website for AudioCaseFiles allows you to download an audio version of the many important torts opinions as an MP3 file.
To register for an AudioCaseFiles account, go to: CourtroomView Network (CVN) and follow the instructions. If you have problems registering, please contact Beth Adelman at the Law Library for assistance.
For a list of audiorecorded opinions that are included in Farnsworth, et al., Contracts: Cases and Materials, 6th ed., click here
Here is a list of audiorecorded cases available for Professor Schegel's Contracts class: