Law Learning Center & Academic Support
The Law Learning Center focuses on improving students' abilities to analyze and to think critically, providing students with personalized instruction and accommodating different learning styles.
Academic Counseling: one-on-one counseling for students in academic difficulty.
Academic Workshops: Group meetings to review study skills on topics such as "Outlining," "Essay Writing," and "Final Exam Readniess" to help students throughout the semester.
Academic Fellows Peer Assistance Program: Upper-level peer tutors who provide helpful advice on study skills, exam preparation, and support in doctrinal courses.
Academic Skills Lab: A required course for first-year students providing students with study skills and feedback to achieve and succeed.
MPRE & Bar Exam Support: Prepares students for success on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) during the second and third year, as well as comprehensive support for students and graduates preparing for the bar exam.