Stress Busters & Exam Prep


law students at the group study area during exams


Looking for another tool to help give you an extra leg up for your exam preparation? CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is a service available to all law students that include a ton of great resources as you start studying. There are individual lessons for common topics like constitutional law, civil procedure, administrative law, etc.subject specific outlines, and even lessons that compliment select casebooks. To create an account at but you’ll also need the UGA Law authorization code. You can find the code at the library’s reference desk, or you can email me ( to have it sent to you.



When you have had enough studying and need a break, bust a little of your exam-related stress with the following activities in the library:

  • stop by the giant Word Search puzzle on your way in and out of the front entrance
  • add a piece or two or a dozen to the jigsaw puzzle on the Reference Desk
  • solo or team color on sheets available atpuzzle_1 the Reference Desk
  • head down to the basement for a little mini golf
  • peruse a leisure magazine in the display shelf by the Circulation Desk as well as in the basket by the soft seating at the entrance
  • check out a DVD from our collection in the Reference area
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