- Join 187 law schools in discovering more about legal education from your students' perspective.
- The Law School Survey of Student Engagement (LSSSE) provides valid, reliable information about the quality of the law student experience.
- LSSSE gathers information from law students to help law schools identify what is going well and what would benefit from attention at their law school.
- LSSSE provides context by providing each law school with comparative information about aggregate responses from students at other law schools around the country.
- For a more complete description of LSSSE, see our article, "The Law School Survey of Student Engagement: Helping Law Schools Understand What's Working (and What's Not)," The Bar Examiner, Vol. 81, No. 2, pp. 14-22, June 2012.
LSSSE Annual Results Released (January 2014)
LSSSE's Annual Results explores four themes this year, drawing on data gathered in 2013 from over 26,000 students at 86 U.S. law schools:
- The extent to which law schools expose their students to business and financial concepts and quantitative analysis (Director's Message)
- What law students know about the legal profession, where they learn it and the role law schools play in promoting that learning (Learning About and From Lawyers: Engagement with the Profession)
- Critical and analytical thinking in law school classes and its effect on law students (Learning to Think Like a Lawyer)
- Satisfaction with student advising services and its relation to overall law school satisfaction and gains in academic and professional development (Student Advising)