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A list of selected resources available through Michigan public & college libraries
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2014 URL: http://cooleylawlibguides.com/preparinglawschoolLSAT Print Guide RSS Updates

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Preparing for the LSAT Exam: Introduction

Disclaimer: The Thomas M. Cooley Law School Library does not endorse any of the following titles. Rather, the list serves to show the scope of materials that are available at libraries throughout Michigan. Most titles listed were published in the past five years; however, some older titles have been included, because they appear to be particularly helpful.

If your academic or public library does not own any of these titles, you may still be able to borrow the item if the holding library is part of the MelCat system. Ask at your local library for more details. You can also get more information about a title through MeLCat’s website at: http://elibrary.mel.org/search. A title search at the website will provide a list of MeLCat system libraries that currently carry the item. Clicking on any one of the library links will open a drop-down list of all library holdings for that title, including its availability for circulation.

The Law School Admission Council, Inc. (LSAC) maintains a website which offers online resources for prospective JD students, including a page devoted to preparing for the LSAT. Resources include hyperlinks to free LSAT preparation materials as well as information on publications for purchase. The LSAC homepage may be accessed at http://www.lsac/org/index.

The guide is organized according to the topics listed to the left, in the guide outline.

In the sections of the guide focusing on print materials, the "location" provides the call number for a work. Clicking on the title takes a user to the relevant entry in the catalog. Where possible, guide sections about statutes link to the appropriate law.

And please contact us if you have any questions or need further guidance.

 

Author Information

This guide was originally authored by Michelle LaLonde-Reaume.

It has been revised and updated by Marlene Coir, a reference librarian at the Auburn Hills campus.

Last updated 9/22/13.

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