This report summarizes the results of the Center for the Study of Applied Legal Education’s (CSALE) 2010-11 Survey of Applied Legal Education. The 2010-11 Survey was CSALE’s second triennial survey. The results provide valuable insight into the state and nature of applied legal education in areas like program design, capacity, administration, funding, pedagogy, and the role of applied legal education and educators in the legal academy. Law schools, legal educators, scholars, and governmental agencies examining or navigating issues in these and other areas rely on CSALE’s data. They do so with the summary results provided here, in the Report on the 2007-08 Survey, and through discussions with CSALE which, since spring 2008, has provided more than 330 customized reports cross-tabulating various aspects of the data.
Santacroce, David A., co-author. "Report on the 2010-11 CSALE Survey of Applied Legal Education.", co-author. R. R. Kuehn, co-author. Ann Arbor: Center for the Study of Applied Legal Education, (2012).