This is one of seven articles from a symposium applying to law school the Principles of Good Teaching Practices that were developed for undergraduate educators. The article presents a good overview of the general issues that impact diverse students such as the institutional climate, admission and selection criteria, academic policies, student support program, curriculum, and law school pedagogy. It provides some concrete suggestions on how law schools can enhance learning. It is a good primer for ASP professionals because it points out the various factors that can hinder students' learning or academic performance.
Principle 7: Good Practice Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning, and Conclusion: Adapting the Seven Principles to Legal Education, 49 J. LEGAL EDUC. 448