BUILDING STUDENT – STUDENT DIALOGUE
Students from around the nation sharing ideas on what their ideal law school would look like and discussing aspects of their legal education that have influenced their ability to learn and grow as students – both positively and negatively.
BUILDING STUDENT – FACULTY DIALOGUE
Students starting a productive and open dialogue with faculty and administration in order to learn what initiatives are out there already so that students can share their perspectives, influence the theoretical and practical discussions shaping law school reform, bring in new ideas, and provide actual student support for “student-centric” ideas.
GETTING AT THE PULSE OF STUDENT NEEDS
Students requesting and receiving more studies and surveys to ascertain what the majority of law students want out of their legal educations, what employers really want from law school graduates, and whether the current law school model provides this.
ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVATION
Students across the nation organizing be active in supporting and directing reform efforts at their respective universities.