Statements

Statements

Occasionally AASE members are compelled to issue public statements on matters related to law school pedagogy, law school academic support, bar examination procedures, diversity and inclusion, and other related topics of interest to the organization.

You can read those statements below.

Association of Academic Support Educators Bar Advocacy Committee Best Practices for Online Bar Examination

The Association of Academic Support Educators (“AASE”) is a non-profit professional organization for law school academic support educators. AASE members collaborate to develop research-based teaching methods and enhancement programs that empower students to succeed in law school, on the bar exam, and in the practice of law. AASE members are subject matter experts in assessment delivery, …

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Joint Statement of the Association of Academic Support Educators and the AALS, Section on Academic Support Programs

We are in the midst of a 400-year-old pandemic that is systemic racism. The continuous oppression and repeated slayings of Black and other marginalized populations in the face of police brutality, hatred, and bias must cease. Black Lives Matter. We call out the names of all those who have fallen victim to police brutality. George …

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Association of Academic Support Educators’ Position on ABA Standard 316

Diane F. Bosse, Chair Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar American Bar Association 321 N. Clark Street, 19th Floor Chicago, IL 60654 Academic Support Educators by Respected Members of the Council: On behalf of the Association of Academic Support Educators (“AASE”), we are writing to join the Society for …

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