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E-book Study Aids

Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library

Includes the Examples & Explanations series and Crunch Time study guides This Online Library is available to the GW Law community.  For off-campus access click here: (use your GW Law email address and password for access).  Users can create personalized accounts that will let them add notes and bookmarks.  When creating an account, be sure to use your GW Law email address and password.

Questions about the Online Study Aid Library can be directed to

CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction)

CALI ( is a nation-wide consortium of law schools. For more than 25 years, CALI has been developing innovative ways of using technology in legal education. The CALI Lesson Library has more than a thousand interactive online tutorials covering all fields of law, including all areas of the first-year curriculum. GW Law School is a CALI member, so you now have access to these lessons through the CALI web site.

Before you can access CALI lessons, you need to register with the website at You can do so using GW Law's CALI registration code. To obtain the registration code, please contact

Research Databases at Jacob Burns Law Library

The Jacob Burns Law Library subscribes to many law-related electronic resources, in addition to Bloomberg Law,  LexisNexis and Westlaw. These resources -- including subscription databases, e-journals, e-books, and content freely available on the Internet -- complement and extend the Law Library's print collection.  A list of available resources is available on the Jacob Burns Law Library Databases, A-Z.  Online resources can also be found by searching the Law Library's catalog or consulting our research guides.

Whenever possible, the Law Library makes these resources available for use by law faculty and law students from off-campus locations.  Information about accessing our databases from off-campus can be found in our guide, Off-Campus Access to Online Books, Journals, and Databases.   Law faculty and students also may have off-campus access to resources available from other GW libraries.