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West Hornbooks

West now calls some of its hornbooks "Practitioner Treatises." Thus, to search for a hornbook on a specific topic, use both hornbook and practitioner in a key word search with a word describing the topic of the hornbook you are seeking. 

For example, a search for a criminal law hornbook would look like this: 

hornbook or practitioner and crim* 

This search retrieves records with the words: hornbook, practitioner(s) and criminal, etc.

West Study Aids

MLaw students can access Nutshells, Hornbooks, and other materials online through a West Study Aids account.

See this FAQ to learn how to create a West Study Aids account: http://libanswers.law.umich.edu/faq/210341 

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