It is the policy of the law school to provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, including individuals with specific learning disabilities, health impairments, and other disabilities. Students are encouraged to discuss special needs with the Registrar as early as possible. Appropriate modifications and accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis by the Registrar and the Law Faculty Senate in accordance with the State Bar of California’s policies and procedures.
Students are encouraged to apply early to the State Bar of California regarding their disability arrangements. Students may apply for special accommodations to take the bar examination up to a year ahead to time. Materials for applying are available from the State Bar of California.
Although final responsibility for meeting degree requirements rests with each student, academic support and assistance are available to all students. The Academic Support Program advises students of law school expectations, motivates students in the pursuit of their legal studies, assists students in their development of effective study strategies, time management skills, and examination techniques, and is a useful resource for educational and bar review programs. Students enjoy the benefits of a highly coordinated program that provides them with the tools needed for academic success in law school and on the California Bar Exam.
Among the many program’s highlights are:
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