AccessLex Center for Legal Education Excellence® is committed to understanding the barriers that impede access to law school for historically underrepresented groups and improving access to law school for all; identifying actionable strategies and public policies to increase law school affordability; and strengthening the value of legal education.
Legal Education Data Deck
AccessLex Institute® offers this Legal Education Data Deck for the use of the legal education community, policymakers, and others interested in viewing a snapshot of certain data and trends organized around the three driving principles of AccessLex Institute’s research agenda: access, affordability and value.
Who Goes to Graduate School and Who Succeeds?
This brief is the first in a series addressing questions about enrollment and success in graduate school, funding of graduate students, the conceptual differences between undergraduate and graduate students, and the data available to address these questions.
From the Bachelor's to the Bar
To assess the law school pipeline, this research examines college completion data to determine whether the awarding of bachelor's degrees in the majors that have historically been most popular among law school applicants has waned in recent years.