sibley wrote:swheat wrote:How could there possibly be a separate library for the LEOP students? They have a few rooms on the 4th floor of one of the buildingsLEOP Resources and Library
The LEOP Academic Resources Center, located on the fourth floor of the newly renovated Snodgrass Hall at 198 McAllister Street, includes conference rooms for small group sessions and student meetings, a lounge/study area, and a kitchenette. The LEOP suite also houses a lending library of textbooks, study aids (flash cards, audio tapes, flash cards on disk, and video tapes), practice exams and sample answers, and student outlines.
Okay dude...if that's your definition of a library. All of that is available to all students at the regular library, except newest edition textbooks (although you can get older edition textbooks at the law library).
Outlines here: --LinkRemoved--
Exams/Answers here: --LinkRemoved--
CALI lessons are also available free of charge to all students. As for other study materials, cheap used copies are easily found on Half.com or Amazon.
I am not sure what the implication was of the earlier discussion, but I hope from my post it is clear that they are not receiving any huge advantages over the rest of the student body.