January 22, 2010
From Soup to Nuts: Setting an Example for Informing Law Students with Bar Prep Resources
Cleveland-Marshall's recently updated Bar Exam Resources Guide is an excellent example of providing all law school students, not just 3Ls, with information they need to plan their course selections and related bar exam preparation matters. About the 8 web page display, Sue Altmeyer, Electronic Services Librarian, writes in the College of Law Library blog that the guide "contains a Timeline showing what first, second and third year law students should be doing to get ready for the bar. About the Ohio Bar Exam indicates what is tested while Bar Exam Logistics gives you dates, times, grading and contact information. You also will find information on Cleveland Marshall Review Courses/ Workshops as well as Commercial Bar Review Courses."
Cleveland-Marshall's Bar Exam Resources Guide provides a model for what other law schools can and should be doing by providing comprehensive, from soup to nuts, information for all students in one web publication. [JH]
Preparations for the bar exams starts during the first day in law school. But guides like this are helpful.
Posted by: Postergal | Jan 24, 2010 10:31:39 PM