It is the policy of the Charleston School of Law to provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, including learning disabled students and those with health or physical impairments. The Charleston School of Law complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and provides assistance and guidance to students with a disability to ensure equal access to the educational program at the School of Law. Students who are seeking accommodations should consult the information contained here and should contact the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Margaret Lawton, who is also the ADA Coordinator, if there are any questions.
Reasonable accommodations, supported by documentation of the disability, are available to qualified students on a case-by-case basis. These accommodations are developed through the review of the student’s disability documentation and consideration of each student’s strengths, needs, and the academic program. Reasonable accommodations are intended to remove barriers to equal access to the education program; however, accommodations will not be granted that fundamentally alter the requirements of the course of study at the School of Law.
Students who are granted accommodations at the School of Law are encouraged to apply for accommodations on any state bar exam they expect to take upon graduation. The receipt of accommodations at the School of Law does not guarantee the receipt of accommodations on a bar exam or other type of exam.
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