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USFSP Resources for Pre-Law Students
(2) Poynter Library
There are a number of books at the Poynter Library that will help you learn more about various law schools and the law school admission process, including the following:
Bobrow, Jerry. How to Prepare for the LSAT: Law School Admission Test. Hauppauge. Ny: Barron's Educational Series, 2002. Call number: KF285.Z9 B6 2002
Bodine, Paul. Great Personal Statements for Law School. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2006. NetLibrary. Call number: KF285 2006
Barron's Guide to Law Schools. Hauppauge, NY: Barron's Educational Series. 2002.
Complete Book of Law Schools/The Princeton Review. New York: Random House, 2004. Call number: KF266.C655
So You Want to Be a Lawyer: A Practical Guide to Law as a Career. New York: Broadway Books, 1998. Call number: KF285. S6 1998
Conquering the LSAT logic games/ Curvebreakers, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2006. NetLibrary. Call number: KF285.Z9
The Best...Law Schools/ The Princeton Review. New York: Random House, 2004. Call Number: KF2566 C655
Burdette, Robert K.. The Best Test Preparation for the LSAT Law School Admission Test. Piscataway, NJ.: Research & Education Association, 2004. Call number: KF285.Z9
(3) Academic Success Center, Ter 301, 727-873-4632
-8 LSAT prep books
(4) Career Center, TER 200, 727-873-4129,
-Resume writing workshops
(5) USFSP Law Society
This student organization hosts a variety of events and activites for USFSP's pre-law students, including field trips to law schools, law school admissions fairs, and USF Day in Tallahassee, as well a speaker series featuring a variety of careers in law and LSAT preparation.
Please contact Dr. Scourfield-McLauchlan to have your name added to the Law Society's e-mail list.