AccessLex Institute Research

 

Through the AccessLex Center for Legal Education Excellence®, AccessLex Institute publishes and reports on research and data that identifies actionable strategies and public policies to improve access, increase law school affordability and strengthen the value of legal education.

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Submissions from 2020

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Future in Law? A Profile of Graduating College Seniors Interested in Legal Education and Careers, AccessLex Institute

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Roadmap to Enrolling Diverse Law School Classes, Volume 4: Contextualizing Admission Factors, AccessLex Institute

Submissions from 2019

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Examining Grad PLUS: Value and Cost, AccessLex Institute

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Examining Graduate Lending: Access vs. Private Lending, AccessLex Institute

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Legal Education Data Deck, AccessLex Institute

Submissions from 2018

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Law School Applicants by Degrees: A Per Capita Analysis of the Top Feeder Schools, AccessLex Institute

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Priming the Pump: How Pipeline Programs Seek to Enhance Legal Education Diversity, AccessLex Institute

Submissions from 2016

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From the Bachelor's to the Bar: Using College Completion Data to Assess the Law School Pipeline, AccessLex Institute

Submissions from 2015

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Exploring the Role of Institutional Research in Graduate and Professional Education, AccessLex Institute