Research Grants to Study Legal Education

The Law School Admission Council Research Grant Program funds empirical research on legal training and legal practice broadly viewed. This includes the study of precursors to legal training (including demographic variables), all varieties of legal training itself, and the work that lawyers, judges, law teachers, and other legal professionals do after they complete their training (“law jobs”).
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Although the program welcomes research on a variety of topics, three requests for proposals have been issued in the following areas . . ..

* Research on Pipeline Issues and Access to Law Schools for Minority Populations
* Research on Access to Law School for Students With Disabilities
* Research on Law School Academic Assistance Programs

For more information, visit, and choose Research Grants under Grants.

There are two reviewing cycles each year, with deadlines of Sept. 1 and Feb. 1.