Commissioned Research

 

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.

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Submissions from 2018

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Examining Value, Measuring Engagement: A National Study of the Long-Term Outcomes of a Law Degree, AccessLex Institute and Gallup

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A Framework for Thinking About Law School Affordability, Sandy Baum and AccessLex Institute

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After Graduate and Professional School: How Students Fare in the Labor Market, Sandy Baum and Patricia Steele

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Financing Graduate and Professional Education: How Students Pay, Sandy Baum and Patricia Steele

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Graduate and Professional School Debt: How Much Students Borrow, Sandy Baum and Patricia Steele

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The Price of Graduate and Professional School: How Much Students Pay, Sandy Baum and Patricia Steele

Submissions from 2017

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Tuition Discounting Study of Private Law Schools 2016, AccessLex Institute and National Association of College and University Business Officers

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Who Goes to Graduate School and Who Succeeds?, Sandy Baum and Patricia Steele

Submissions from 2016

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Life After Law School: A Pilot Study Examining Long-Term Outcomes Associated with Graduating Law School and the Value of Legal Education, AccessLex Institute and Gallup

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Loan Counseling for Graduate and Professional Students, Patricia Steele and Chad Anderson

Submissions from 2015

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Diversity Pipeline Programs in Legal Education: Context, Research and a Path Forward, Alisa Cunningham and Patricia Steele