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Submissions from 2019

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Connecting Prospective Law Students’ Goals to the Competencies that Clients and Legal Employers Need to Achieve More Competent Graduates and Stronger Applicant Pools and Employment Outcomes, Neil W. Hamilton

Submissions from 2018

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Bottled at the Source: Recapturing the Essence of Academic Support as a Primary Tool of Education Equity for Minority Law Students, Russell A. McClain

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Disruptive Leadership in Legal Education, Nicholas A. Mirkay and Palma Joy Strand

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First-Generation Students in Law School: A Proven Success Model, Jacqueline M. O'Bryant and Katherine Traylor Schaffzin

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Is There Sufficient Human Resource Capacity to Support Robust Professional Identity Formation Learning Outcomes?, Jerome Organ

Submissions from 2017

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1L Is the New Bar Prep, Sabrina DeFabritiis

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Research Note: Using Experiential Learning in a Pipeline to Careers in Law Program for First-Generation University Women, Sandi DiMola and Allyson Lowe

Submissions from 2016

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Empirical Reflections: A Statistical Evaluation of Bar Exam Program Interventions, Scott Johns

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Helping Our Students Reach Their Full Potential: The Insidious Consequences of Ignoring Stereotype Threat, Russell McClain

Submissions from 2015

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Implicit Bias and the Legal Profession's 'Diversity Crisis': A call for self-reflection, Nicole Negowetti

Submissions from 2014

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The Mismatch Myth in American Higher Education: A Synthesis of Empirical Evidence at the Law School and Undergraduate Levels, William Kidder and Richard Lempert

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Beg, Borrow, or Steal: Ten Lessons Law Schools Can Learn from Other Educational Programs in Evaluating Their Curriculum, Debra Moss Vollweiler

Submissions from 2013

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How to Help Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds Succeed in Law School, E. Scott Fruehwald

Submissions from 2012

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Alternative Justifications for Academic Support II: How ‘Academic Support Across the Curriculum’ Helps Meet the Goals of the Carnegie Report and Best Practices, Louis N. Schulze

Submissions from 2011

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Mapping Lawyer Competencies Onto the Law School Curriculum to Confirm that Graduates are Prepared for Law Practice, Nelson P. Miller

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Alternative Justifications for Law School Academic Support Programs: Self-Determination Theory, Autonomy Support, and Humanizing the Law School, Louis N. Schulze

Submissions from 2010

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Characteristics of Academic Advising That Contribute to Racial and Ethnic Minority Student Success at Predominantly White Institutions, Samuel Museus and Joanna Ravello

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Curriculum Design and Bar Passage: New York Law School's Experience, Donald H. Zeigler, Joanne Ingham, and David Chang

Submissions from 2009

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Balancing Law Student Privacy Interests and Progressive Pedagogy: Dispelling the Myth that FERPA Prohibits Cutting-Edge Academic Support Methodologies, Louis N. Schulze

Submissions from 2007

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Does Law School Curriculum Affect Bar Examination Passage? An Empirical Analysis of the Factors Which Were Related to Bar Examination Passage between 2001 and 2006 at a Midwestern Law School, Douglas Rush and Misako Matsuo

Submissions from 2005

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Cool Data on a Hot Issue: Empirical Evidence that a Law School Bar Support Program Enhances Bar Performance, Linda Jellum and Emmeline Paulette Reeves

Submissions from 2004

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A Forked River Runs Through Law School: Toward Understanding Race, Gender, Age, and Related Gaps in Law School Performance and Bar Passage, Timothy T. Clydesdale

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Finding Success in the "Cauldron of Competition:" The Effectiveness of Academic Support Programs, Leslie Yalof Garfield

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Academic Support at the Crossroads: From Minority Retention to Bar Prep and Beyond - Will Academic Support Change Legal Education or Itself Be Fundamentally Changed?, Ellen Suni

Submissions from 2002

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Academic Support Programs: Effective Support Through a Systemic Approach, Adam G. Todd