Michelle Cosby, RIPS member, Faculty Services Librarian at North Carolina Central University School of Law, and creator of User Education in Law Librarianship, recently created a guide containing links to ABA-accredited and provisionally credited law school libraries that have access to their research guides electronically either on the library’s website or through LibGuides. Some court and public law library guides are also included. Schools marked with an asterisk (*) did not have a link to electronic guides readily available and the link listed is to the library’s home page. This does not mean that these schools do not offer research guides, just that they do not provide them at the time of this guide. The list of schools appears in the same order as it does on the ABA website. Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org) welcomes suggestions and corrections to the guide.
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