If you are a fan of study aids published by West, such as Gilbert's Law Summaries, the Exam Pro series, and Nutshells, you may want to consider West's online study aid subscription option for law students. A three-month subscription is $75.00 and gives law students access to the following materials:
An online library of over 300 study aids for law students featuring case briefs, outlines, overviews and exam preparation titles from West, Foundation Press and Gilbert. Available to law students by subscription, it offers a new cost-effective way to study. Series include: Acing Series, Black Letter Outlines, Exam Pro Series, Gilbert Law Summaries, High Court Case Summaries, Nutshell Series, Sum & Substance Quick Reviews and Turning Point Series.
The study aids are searchable, and you can also take notes and highlight text. The big downside -- you can't export to an e-reader. And yes, the law library has looked into purchasing a subscription for the entire law school community, but the cost for an institutional subscription is jaw-dropping.