A number of years ago the Law School Student Association started the practice of evaluating the professors. This was done to inform the students about the teaching ability of the faculty and the class content as seen by other students. A policy of reviewing each course and the professor(s) at the end of each semester was adopted by the student body. Since this policy was instigated by the students, the student body is responsible for both assisting with the distribution of the evaluations for each class. The professors ask for a volunteer student in their classes to assist with the distribution and collection of evaluations for each course taught. Each student in the class is asked to evaluate the course and professor using criteria listed on the evaluation forms. The registrar’s office schedules and prepares the evaluations, making certain all classes are evaluated. Evaluation statistics for the last two years are found on the Law Registrar’s web page:
You must use your email user name and password to review these files. The files are listed by course title or faculty name.