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Graduate and Professional Financial Aid Conference
For 30 years, the AccessLex Graduate and Professional Financial Aid Conference has provided graduate and professional administrators in financial aid, admissions, career services and other student-facing roles the opportunity to learn from expert speakers, address current challenges and gain invaluable industry insights. New and veteran administrators from all disciplines come together at this nationally recognized event for collegial networking and the stimulating exchange of ideas.
Legal Education Research Symposium
The AccessLex Legal Education Research Symposium offers law school deans, administrators, faculty and researchers from across the nation the opportunity to engage in thought-provoking discussions on the most critical issues facing legal education today. Join your colleagues for this one-of-a-kind event that examines access, affordability and the value of legal education and the promising practices and innovative strategies to address these issues.
Financing Your Legal Education
This presentation focuses on understanding the costs of pursuing legal education, describing the financial aid application process, reviewing the available financing options and identifying ways to be financially prepared to achieve goals. We help students understand the cost of a legal degree and learn ways to pay for it.
The Road to Zero: A Strategic Approach to Student Loan Repayment
Selecting the right repayment plan requires the right strategy. We help students create their strategy by describing the different federal repayment plans, explaining the ins and outs of Public Service Loan Forgiveness, discussing loan consolidation and more.
On-Campus Workshop Video Recordings
In conjunction with AccessLex Institute's Financial Education Advisory Committee (FEAC), we published these reports which offer proven techniques and helpful best practices for school administrators like you to use to establish a thriving financial education program at your school. The topics in these reports were identified through the Survey of Financial Education Practices at Graduate and Professional Institutions and Programs. This three-part series will equip you with both proven and “hot-off-the-presses” ideas to build and grow your program — and better reach your students.