This section of the Law School Academic Assistance Project website is designed for legal educators who are charged with the responsibility of providing direct services to students in the area of academic success. This section is also for individuals within the legal educational community who may not provide the first line of direct services but may administer such services, or for those who have an interest in learning more about what can be and is being done in law schools around the country to help students succeed.
If you are a legal educator charged with developing a new academic support program, or modifying or enhancing existing academic support services, within your school, you will want to explore the section of this website labeled ADMINISTRATORS.
In addition to exploring the information contained in this section of the website, ASP Professionals who are exploring academic support issues for the first time or for a new purpose, or those interested in reviewing some of the history of academic support in law schools, may want to review the information contained in the ADMINISTRATORS section.
The sections on this website for “Administrators” and for “ASP Professionals” are open to faculty and staff at ABA-accredited law schools and require a username and password to access. The section for “Students” is open to the public, and we encourage students, prospective students, and educators to explore the information contained in that section.