Alternative Justifications for Academic Support III: An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Academic Support on Perceived Autonomy Support and Humanizing Law Schools
Louis N. Schulze Jr.
New England Law | Boston
February 5, 2012
Ohio North University Law Review, Forthcoming
New England Law | Boston Research Paper No. 12-01
This article details the findings of a two-year empirical study on the impact of a law school academic support program (ASP) on law students. The hypothesis of the study was that as students' participation in a well-resourced, open-access ASP increases, students' perception of "autonomy support" and "humanizing" grows as well. The study concludes, based upon statistically significant data, that law school ASPs impact students in positive ways and therefore are worth the investment. This article is the third in a series designed to show that law school academic support measures positively impact students' well-being and lead to a more robust educational experience.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 43
Keywords: Academic Support, Educational Psychology, Humanizing Legal Education, Empirical Legal StudiesAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 6, 2012 ; Last revised: January 1, 2013
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