If you are taking or preparing to take a Professional Responsibility course and/or the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE), there are many helpful resources and materials at your fingertips.
The Charlotte School of Law Library has a number of professional responsibility treatises, legal periodicals, study aids, and more. A part of the CSL Research Guide collection, Professional Responsibility outlines and describes the print treatises and e-books available to CSL students, faculty, and staff. This collection includes major treatises, such as the Model Rules and the Restatement; study aids, including volumes from the Nutshell series; and several other popular resources. This Guide also includes links to the CSL catalog, where users can click into full-text journals and electronic databases and search for items and articles of interest.* The Carolinas tab includes jurisdiction-specific resources for present and future practitioners of North Carolina and South Carolina.
Another CSL Research Guide, Academic Success: Professional Responsibility, includes a listing of study materials, including Emanuel Outlines, CrunchTime, E&Es, Barbri Review, Q&As, and more. It also provides a brief description of the different types of study aids so you can determine what may work best for you. These items are available for check out in the CSL Law Library.
CSL students also have access to West’s Study Aids Subscription, which has 13 different e-books on the topic of legal ethics and professional responsibility. A link to those Study Aids is available on your Westlaw homepage. You may search by keyword or browse by subject.
Finally, on the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) MPRE website, studiers can view NCBE tips on preparing for the MPRE, a subject matter outline of the MPRE, sample test questions from the MPRE, and more.
*Off-campus access to these electronic journals and databases requires a username and password. Your username is your Last Name, First Name (e.g., Reid, Shannon), and your password is your Library Bar Code Number, which is located on the sticker on the back of your ID badge.