The Department of Social
Sciences and History has some resources that may help you apply to law
school including catalogues, application materials, and background information.
Contact the Prelaw and Legal Studies
Coordinator to find out more information and to be placed on an email
list for students interested in law school.
You may find the following
resources helpful or amusing in thinking about and preparing for law school:
Maryland College Prelaw Page
Pinello's Law School Advice
College Law School Locator
Legal Resource Guide: Prelaw
News and World Report Law School Rankings
General Information and
the Legal Career
Law School Confidential.
Robert Miller. St. Martin's Press. 2000.
On Preparing for the LSAT
Letters from Law School:
The Life of a Second Year Law Student.
Lawrence Dieker Jr. Lincoln,
NE: Writers Club Press, 2000
The Paper Chase. John
Jay Osborn. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1971.
One L. Scott Turow.
New York: Putnam. 1977.
The Bramblebush. Karl
So You Want to be a Lawyer:
A Practical Guide to Law as a Career. Law School Admission Council,
Inc. Bantam Doubleday Dell.
to Prepare for the LSAT, 9th edition, Bobrow, Jerry Barron's Educational
Series, Inc. 1999.
The Best Test Preparation
for the LSAT, Burdette, R.K. et. al. 1998.
Everything You Need to
Score High on the LSAT 2000. LSAT: Law School Admission Test, 7th edition,
Martinson, Thomas H., Arco Publishing 1996.
Guide to U.S. Law School. Law School Admission Council
ABA Approved Law Schools:
Statistical Information on American Bar Association Approved Law Schools.
Rick L. and Kurt Snyder, Esq. ABA.
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