Project TRAIL (Teaching Resources to Advance Interest in the Law): Examining Variables Related to Law School Admission for Students


Project TRAIL (Teaching Resources to Advance Interest in Law) is a grant-funded project designed to provide an undergraduate course to facilitate student admission into law school. Although any student can take the course, the focus of the project is to provide students of Color an opportunity to acquire the skills necessary for successful admission into law school. The data across three diverse university settings is reviewed including LSAT scores, self-concept scores and reading scores. The difference in findings at two Hispanic serving institutions (HCI) and one Historically Black college (HBCU) are explored.

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Tandra Tyler-Wood, University of North Texas, United States

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Conference: BCE2023
Stream: Higher education

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