Law School 3.0: Shifting the Paradigm of Student Engagement

As administrators at an online law school, we work with a demographic that is different from many brick and mortar law schools.  Most of our students are over the age of 30 and almost all of our students are employed full time, which presents a challenge with retention.  Although retention is an issue in many online programs, it is of grave concern in graduate programs where adult students have various factors that compete for their time.  This is especially true for high pressured law programs, where even full time students have difficulty staying on track.