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Wheat Law Library is an integral part of the University of Kansas School of Law, serving the law school and university community in legal and interdisciplinary scholarly pursuits and providing access to legal information for legal professionals and the general public.

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new The Law School Survival Guide from Thomson Reuters offers information on everything from what to expect to effective study habits to career prep. There's also an entire section called Explore the Guide offering resources,

newChina Watcher: A free weekly newsletter about the U.S. - China relationship. Be among the first to hear what members of the China expert community are talking about — and how those conversations will impact Washington and Beijing

West Academic Study Aids provides access to overviews of legal subject areas; outlines; case briefs; exam prep; and career guides. Plus, it now offers interactive, multiple-choice quizzing to help you prepare for class and exams! Open to all KU students, faculty, and staff when connecting to the Internet.

ProView: Ebook library of Thomson Reuters treatises owned by Wheat Law Library. Available to KU Law students, staff, and faculty only (sign in using your personal OnePass login).

Archives of Sexuality and Gender: LGBTQ history and culture since 1940 Contains primary sources on social, political, health, and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world.

ProQuest Ebook Central is a web-based ebook lending platform delivering a rapidly expanding catalogue of legal ebooks. Available to KU Law students, staff, and faculty only. (requires personal account)

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(785) 864-3026

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lawref@ku.edu
(785) 864-3025

Christopher L. Steadham, Director
csteadham@ku.edu

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