Deconstructing Legal Analysis by
Call Number: KF283 .W46 2009 Law Open Reserve Room
Publication Date: 2009-09-30
An explanation of the way that lawyers and law students analyze cases and legal problems.
Expert Learning for Law Students by
Call Number: KF283 .S354 2008 Law Stacks
Publication Date: 2008-01-01
This book talks about the process by which "expert" law students approach their studies, exams, and life in law school. (An older edition of this work is also available.)
Getting to Maybe by
Call Number: KF283 .F57 1999 Law Open Reserve Room
Publication Date: 1999-05-01
This book emphasizes how much more than knowing a "right answer" law school requires, showing how legal analysis requires you to apply law to nuanced facts to draw conflicting and sometimes ambiguous conclusions.
An Introduction to Legal Reasoning by
Call Number: KF380 .L4 Law Stacks
Publication Date: 1949
A discussion of the intellectual foundations of legal analysis and jurisprudence.
Law School Survival Kit by
Call Number: KF283 .A333 2005 Law Open Reserve Room
Publication Date: 2005
The nuts and bolts of reading, preparing for class, outlining, and exam writing.
The Legal Analyst by
Call Number: K212 .F37 2007 Law Stacks
Publication Date: 2007-06-15
This book introduces tools and principles for thinking about the reasoning behind the law.
Publication Date: 2007-12-26
A book by a renowned psychologist on the mental approach to success in business, relationships, and (law) school.
Reading Like a Lawyer by
Call Number: KF283 .M398 2012 Law Open Reserve Room
Publication Date: 2012-07-24
You will spend more time reading in law school than you ever imagined. Whether you were an Engineering or English major (or anything in between), the strategies in this book will jump-start your mastery of this critical skill.
What the L? by
Call Number: KF283 .M389 2010 Law Stacks
Publication Date: 2010-07-01
Direct advice from three former law students about their experiences, successes, and failures.
Heafey Law Library Research Team