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Remote Access to Library Resources (COVID-19 Response): Info for 3Ls

This guide contains information about remote resources for University of Michigan Law Students during the University's Covid-19 Protocols.

We understand this is a turbulent time for our 3Ls.  Here are some of the resources available to help you navigate the upheaval caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.

Status of Bar Exams & Administration

Access After Graduation

Library Access:

In the event that the building is re-opened (which is, at this time, unknown) your library account will stay active through the summer and you will be able to access the library for bar exam preparation.

Preparing and Coping During Uncertain Times

An increasing number of states are postponing Bar examinations, leading to high levels of uncertainty for our graduating law students.  The Office of Career Planning is working tirelessly to monitor the legal job market and help you navigate it.  You can reach out to OCP at any time for additional information and assistance. 

In the meantime, these resources are designed to help third year law students navigate the particular challenges this time will bring.

Questions?

For questions about accessing Law Library resources, or any other legal research needs, please email askalawlibrarian@umich.edu.

For the latest COVID-19 information from the Law School, please go to their dedicated webpage (below) and contact email (lawcovid19@umich.edu).