Through its professional partnerships with like-minded organizations, AccessLex Institute commissions external research to examine and advance our understanding of the most critical issues facing legal education today.
Submissions from 2018
Examining Value, Measuring Engagement: A National Study of the Long-Term Outcomes of a Law Degree, AccessLex Institute and Gallup
A Framework for Thinking About Law School Affordability, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and AccessLex Institute
After Graduate and Professional School: How Students Fare in the Labor Market, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and Patricia Steele Ph.D.
Financing Graduate and Professional Education: How Students Pay, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and Patricia Steele Ph.D.
Graduate and Professional School Debt: How Much Students Borrow, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and Patricia Steele Ph.D.
The Price of Graduate and Professional School: How Much Students Pay, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and Patricia Steele Ph.D.
Submissions from 2017
Tuition Discounting Study of Private Law Schools 2016, AccessLex Institute and NACUBO
Who Goes to Graduate School and Who Succeeds?, Sandy Baum Ph.D. and Patricia Steele Ph.D.
Submissions from 2016
Loan Counseling for Graduate and Professional Students, Patricia Steele Ph.D. and Chad Anderson
Submissions from 2015
Diversity Pipeline Programs in Legal Education: Context, Research, and a Path Forward, Alisa Cunningham and Patricia Steele Ph.D.