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1L Guide for Orientation
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 6, 2013
This guide is designed to assist first year students, and transfer students, navigate through the orientation process.
1L Guide on Civil Procedure
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
This guide is designed to assist first year law students by suggesting additional materials that they may find useful as they prepare for class.
1L Guide on Contracts
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 13, 2013
An introductory guide for 1Ls to selected library resources in contracts.
1L Guide on Criminal Law
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 9, 2013
This is an introductory guide for 1Ls enrolled in Criminal Law during the 2013-14 academic year.
1L Guide on Property
by Reference Department - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
This guide is for One Ls enrolled in 2013-2014 Property Law classes
1L Guide on Research, Analysis and Exam Prep
by Reference Department - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
This guide is designed for first-year law students who are looking for materials to help them with their legal research and writing course (LARAW), and basic legal analysis. There is also a section on preparing for exams.
1L Guide on Torts
by Reference Department - Last Updated Aug 2, 2013
An introductory guide on tort law for first-year law students.
How to find previous exams
by David Holt - Last Updated Sep 28, 2011
Use this guide to find previous exams given at Santa Clara Law. Exams may be available in either print, or available electronically.
How to Read a Legal Citation
by David Holt - Last Updated Sep 17, 2013
This is a brief introduction designed for beginning first year law students on how to read a legal citation.
Introduction to United States Law
by David Holt - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide gives students, particularly foreign law students unfamiliar with United States and common law, a list of sources in the law library that provide general information on US law and American legal English, as well as succeeding in law school.

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