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Learning Remotely: Resources for Students (2020-2021)

Resources for the upcoming academic year for students of the Maurer School of Law

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Working remotely doesn't mean you're working in isolation!

This guide provides information on law library, IU, and other resources and services available to help you continue your research and learning from home.

New & Popular Research Sources

Study Aids

Augment your class notes with the following print and electronic resources: 

Print (available for short-term loan at the Circulation Desk): 
  • Hornbooks - in-depth discussion of major legal subjects
  • Nutshells - short, quick reads (good for a refresher) on a variety of legal subjects
  • NEW: Examples & Explanations - popular study aids on most law school subjects, from Wolters Kluwer
Electronic

Online Resources

For research beyond Lexis and Westlaw, check out the dozens of other databases at your disposal as an IU student.

Circulation Services

Searching for Library Materials

You can search the print and electronic holdings of all IU Libraries using IUCAT, the University's online library catalog.

Need to Borrow from a Different Library? 

If the material you need is not available from an IU library, you can submit an interlibrary loan request, and our staff will try to retrieve it from a non-IU library. Physical materials will arrive at the library, and you will receive an email when it arrives. If you need a chapter from a book or an article from a journal, you will receive the item via email.

Need to Renew Materials?

If you borrowed something from an IU library and are an IU user, you can log in to your IUCAT account and renew online.

If you borrowed something through Interlibrary Loan or are an Indiana resident user, email lawcirc@indiana.edu.