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Welcome to the University of St. Thomas School of Law!
Your law school experience will be demanding at times, but the Schoenecker Law Library has designed this research guide in order to compile resources that will help you succeed -- and not just merely scrape by and "survive" -- as a law student. On these pages, you will find advice from experts and other law students, legal research materials, legal writing and citation materials, study aids, exam preparation materials, and other skills to help you succeed. Each page will further explain how to explore and find similar materials.
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UST School of Law Mission Statement
The University of St. Thomas School of Law, as a Catholic law school, is dedicated to integrating faith and reason in the search for truth through a focus on morality and social justice.
CALI is an organization that supports global legal education through the use of innovative tools and computer technology. CALI offers lessons on a broad range of legal topics that can help you study what you've covered in class and review for exams. With 700 interactive exercises, CALI is designed to supplement traditional law school instruction in over 35 different subject areas. Sound recordings and podcasts typically last upwards of 30 minutes.
Registration is required for UST Law students to access CALI. Stop by the Law Library Circulation Desk to get your CALI authorization code.
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