Publications Citing LSSSE Research


Deo, M.E. (2019). Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia. Stanford University Press.

Rocconi, L. M., Taylor, A. N., Haeger, H., Zilvinskis, J. D., & Christensen, C. R. (2019). Beyond the numbers: An examination of diverse interactions in law school. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 12(1), 27-37.

Taylor, A. N. (2019). The Marginalization of Black Aspiring Lawyers. FIU Law Review, 13(3), 489.


Baum, S., & Steele, P. (2018). Graduate and Professional School Debt: How Much Debt Students Borrow. AccessLex Institute Research Paper No. 18-02.

Church, C. Z., Jones Jr, R. L., Kerew, K. L., & Terry, K. S. (2018). Seize the Data! Using Evidence from Externship Courses to Measure Law School Learning Outcomes.

Norberg, S. F. (2017). The Case for an ABA Accreditation Standard on Employment Outcomes. Florida International University Legal Studies Research Paper No. 17-20.

O’Bryant, J. M., & Schaffzin, K. T. (2018). First-Generation Students in Law School: A Proven Success Model. Arkansas Law Review, 70(4), 913.

Taylor, A. N. (2018). Robin Hood, in Reverse: How Law School Scholarships Compound Inequality. Journal of Law Education 47(1), 41-108.

Welch Wegner, J. (2018). Law School Assessment in the Context of Accreditation: Critical Questions, What We Know and Don’t Know, and What We Should Do Next. Journal of Legal Education, 67(2), 412.


Austin, K. A., Christopher, C., & Dickerson, D. (2017). Will Pass the Bar Exam: Predicting Student Success Using LSAT Scores and Law School Performance. Hofstra Law Review 45(3), 753-784.

Cooper, J. M., & Gurung, R. A. (2017). Smarter Law Study Habits: An Empirical Analysis of Law Learning Strategies and Relationship with Law GPA.

Daniels, S. (2017). The Perennial (and Stubborn) Challenge of Cost, Affordability, and Access in Legal Education: ‘We Will Continue to Muddle Through’. American Bar Foundation Research Paper No. 6-17.

Merritt, D. J., & Merritt, A. L. (2017). Agreements to Improve Student Aid: An Antitrust Perspective. J. Legal Educ., 67, 17.

Ramirez, S. A. (2017). Diversity in the Legal Academy after Fisher II. UCDL Rev., 51, 979.

Rudley, D. L. (2017). Bridging the Divide between Assessment and Accreditation. NYL Sch. L. Rev., 62, 35.

Thomson, D. I., & Daniels, S. (2017). If You Build it, They Will Come: What Students Say About Experiential Learning. U Denver Legal Studies Research Paper No. 17-25; AccessLex Institute Research Paper No. 17-08.

Whitford, W. C. (2017). Law School-Administered Financial Aid: The Good News and the Bad News. 67 Journal of Legal Education 4 (2017); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1426.

Zago, S. (2017). Playing to One’s Passion: A Legal Research Course to Which Law Students Resonate.


Taylor, A. N., & Sheffner, D. J. (2016). Oh, What a Relief It (Sometimes) Is: An Analysis of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petitions to Discharge Student Loans. Stan. L. & Pol’y Rev., 27, 295.

Steel, A. & Huggins, A.  (2016). Law Student Lifestyle Pressures. Field, Rachael M., Duffy, James, & James, Colin (Eds.) Promoting Law Student and Lawyer Well-being in Australia and Beyond. Ashgate (Routledge), Farnham, Surrey, 2016; UNSW Law Research Paper No. 2016-45.


Glesner Fines, B., & Wegner, J. W. (2015). Creating an Institutional Culture of Assessment. In D. Maranville, L. Bliss, C. Kaas, & A. Sedillo Lopez (Eds.), Building on best practices: Transforming legal education in a changing world.

Muller, E. (2015). The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics and the Moral Formation of Lawyers. Journal of Legal Education, 64(3), 385-402.

Silver, C., & Rocconi, L. (2015). Learning from and about the numbers. Journal of Law 5(1), 53-84. Available at SSRN:

Southworth, A., Garth, B., & Fisk, C. (2015). Some Realism About Realism in Teaching About the Legal Profession. In E. Mertz, S. Macaulay, & T.W. Mitchell (Eds.), The new legal realism: Translating law-and-society for today’s legal practice volume 1. Available at SSRN:

Taylor, A. N. (2015). Ending the Higher Education Sucker Sale: Toward an Expanded Theory of Tort Liability for Recruitment Deception. Utah L. Rev., 425.

Taylor, A. N. (2015). Making State Merit Scholarship Programs More Equitable and Less Vulnerable. U. Haw. L. Rev., 37, 155.

Vorenberg, E., Adcock, C., Harrington, E., Kane, E., Schechter, S., & Udell, D. (2015). Teaching the Newly Essential Knowledge, Skills and Values in a Changing World: Pro Bono as a Professional Value. In D. Maranville, L. Bliss, C. Kaas, & A. Sedillo Lopez (Eds.), Building on best practices: Transforming legal education in a changing world. Available at SSRN:


Gibson, M. T. (2014). What Dan Morgan Taught This Confirmed Introvert about Teaching. Oklahoma City University Law Review 39(3), 339-362.

Kuehn, R. R. (2014). Pricing clinical legal education. Denver University Law Review 92(1), 1-44.

McBride, P. E. (2014). “A Phenomenological Case Study of Preparedness for Public Interest Lawyers,” Adult Education Research Conference.

Moliterno, J. E. (2014). And Now a Crisis in Legal Education. Seton Hall Law Review 44(4), [i]-1129.

Russell, G. (2014). The ABA Section on Legal Education Revisions of the Law Library Standards: What Does It All Mean. Law Library Journal 106(3), 329-376.

Taylor, A. N. (2014). Diversity as a Law School Survival Strategy. Louis ULJ, 59, 321.

Taylor, A. N. (2014). Reimaging Merit as Achievement. NML Rev., 44, 1.


Hodges, A. C. (2013). Using Experiential Education to Develop Human Resources for the Nonprofit Community: A Course Study Analysis.

Sparrow, S. M., & McCabe, M. S. (2012). Team-based Learning in Law. Legal Writing: J. Legal Writing Inst., 18, 153.

Steel, A. (2013). LSSSE in Australia: The UNSW Results (May 31, 2013). Available at SSRN: or

Silver, C. (2013). Getting real about globalization and legal education: potential and perspectives for the US. Stan. L. & Pol’y Rev., 24, 457. Available at SSRN:

Silver, C., Rocconi, L., Haeger, H., & Watkins, L. (2012). Gaining from the System: Lessons from the Law School Survey of Student Engagement About Student Development in Law School. University of St. Thomas Law Journal 10(1), 286-316. Available at SSRN:

Silver, C. (2013). Holding Onto ‘Too Many Lawyers’: Bringing International Graduate Students to the Front of the Class (July 26, 2013). Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2013; Indiana Legal Studies Research Paper No. 229. Available at SSRN:

Taylor, A. N. (2013). Segregation, education, and blurring the lines of division in St. Louis. . Louis U. Pub. L. Rev., 33, 183.


Carole Silver, The Law School Survey of Student Engagement: Helping Law Schools Understand What’s Working (and What’s Not) (with Lindsay Watkins):

Silver, C. (2012). Coping with the consequences of too many lawyers: Securing the place of international graduate law students. International Journal of the Legal Profession 19(Issues 2-3), 227-246.

Taylor, A. N. (2012). Undo Undue Hardship: An Objective Approach to Discharging Federal Student Loans in Bankruptcy. J. Legis., 38, 185.


Silver, Carole and Garver, Amy and Watkins, Lindsay, Unpacking the Apprenticeship of Professional Identity and Purpose: Insights from the Law School Survey of Student Engagement (2011). Journal of the Legal Writing Institute, Vol. 17, 2011; Indiana Legal Studies Research Paper No. 227. Available at SSRN:


McLain, Lynn, Is Permitting Student Use of Laptops in Class a Good Idea? ‘It Depends’ – A Variety of Approaches is Best (February 17, 2009). University of Baltimore School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper. Available at SSRN: or


Scott, Charity, How Well Do We Engage Our Students? (2007). Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Vol. 35, 2007. Available at SSRN: