Not every student taking classes at Michigan Law is here for the JD program. The Law Library also serves LLM students, students in Problem-Solving Initiative classes, Master of Advanced Corporation Law students, and other U-M students doing legal research. This page has information on what resources are available to these students.
Non-Law Students Taking Law Classes
If you are a non-law U-M student enrolled in an MLaw class, you should have online access to past exams. Otherwise, the rules that apply to non-law students (below) are still in effect. Feel free to email the Law Library if you have any questions.
Additionally, if you do not believe you can access the assigned readings, please contact the Law Library.
Non-Law U-M Students, Generally
Students in other departments across the University of Michigan may only use the Underground Library in limited situations. If you have a legal research need, please email the Law Library to determine whether you are eligible for a research pass.
Please note that the Law Library cannot provide Westlaw Edge, Lexis Advance, or Bloomberg Law accounts to anyone outside the MLaw community.
This guide was created and updated by Michigan Law Reference Librarians.
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