The Office of Student Affairs provides a variety of programs supporting the academic needs of students. Student Affairs encourages students to participate in the different programs to make their stay at the Law School an enjoyable and fruitful experience.
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Academic Enrichment Program
The Academic Enrichment Program (AEP) is a program designed to provide legal skills workshops to law students during their first year of law school. Workshops on exam preparation, reading and briefing cases, outlining, preparing the short and long memo, and appellate brief are some that are offered. AEP also consists of a brief summer program for students who have been traditionally underrepresented in the field of law. Students accepted into the summer program are provided with a mentor and receive academic guidance throughout their first year.
Bar Exam Preparation
The Office of Student Affairs coordinates several bar exam preparation programs. For more information on these exam prep programs, please contact:
The Board of Student Advisors is a group of upper level students who provide mentoring to first year students. Each first year student is assigned a mentor who can assist with the transition to law school. Activities include meetings with advisors, course information, social events, and general law school advice. The Board of Student Advisors is headed by a Board of Directors and overseen by the Assistant Director of Student Affairs.
Board of Student Advisors Directors