Students for Reforming Legal Education is a student organization that is devoted to giving students a voice and examining the systemic issues in the legal education system. These include, but are not limited to, the LSAT, grades, law school finals, pedagogy, classroom structure, the bar, and various forms of privilege and elitism. We are committed to work with other Michigan students, other organizations, faculty, administration, and other law schools to think about how to address these systemic problems. If you are interested, then come check out SRLE and learn more about how to get involved! Our goal is to create research products, bring in experts to discuss legal education, coordinate with other schools, and examine how Michigan approaches these issues and whatever other topics you want. We're recruiting new members and eager to get started on advocating on the issues we all care so much about.
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