Saturday, January 23, 2021
There's exciting research concerning the relationship between student engagement, academic success, and bar exam success.
In brief, according to AccessLex, research findings "suggest the probability of bar passage is highest not only among those who consistently perform well in law school, but also among those who have a rocky start but improve along the way." And, based on work of the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE) organization and others, student engagement is a powerful tool that can lend a hand in helping students improve academic performance.
Now, AccessLex and LSSSE are looking to partner with more law schools to conduct further empirical research into this exciting field of possibilities. [In my mind, I picture a triangle to illustrate the learning relationship: The Legal Education "Learning Triangle" ].
To learn more, AccessLex and LSSSE is hosting a free webinar on January 26, at 2 pm EST. If you've ever wondered about the relationship between student engagement and success, now's the chance to learn more. And, now's the chance to participate in empirical research for the public good.
Here's the link for more details and to register: