Lessons by Casebook

The air is getting crisp, Starbucks changed from their white to red cups and law students are running around in a frenzy trying to get ready for their fall finals.  Yes, it truly is  the most wonderful time of the year.

As John mentioned in the inaugural post to this blog, we have a “Project Idea Bucket” where we keep a running list of projects we’d like to work on or new ways to assist our members.  I had a really good one (if I do say so myself) a few weeks ago…I thought it’d be great if we could key our lessons into casebooks so that when students were reviewing for finals, they would know exactly which lesson would go with their class notes.  I mentioned this to John and he agreed that it was a good idea.  So good, in fact, that CALI has been doing this for a few years now.


So, if you are a law student (or someone that works with them), check out the Lessons by Casebook chart we maintain on the website.   It might make your finals prep just a little easier.


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One Response to Lessons by Casebook

  1. steve says:

    This is great, I wish I saw this about 3 weeks ago. I did notice that some titles are an edition behind (Ayres, Prosser, Dressler).

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