2010 Law School Survey of Student Engagement

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 5, 2011

2010 Law School Survey of Student Engagement: “Findings reveal that students who interacted with faculty more often were significantly more likely to report substantial gains in key areas related to professionalism and ethics compared to students with less faculty contact. Despite the benefit to students, opportunities for student-faculty interaction often are missed. Results also indicate that only half of students (53%) felt prepared to deal with ethical dilemmas that arise in practice.”

  • See also Chronicle of Higher Education: Law Students, Particularly Women, Have Limited Contact With Faculty, Survey Finds
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