School of Law Students

The School of Law Admissions Office considers an applicant with a disability in the same manner as any other applicant. There is no separate admissions application process for a student with a disability.

The procedure for documenting a disability and requesting an accommodation is outlined in the School of Law’s Policy for Students with Disabilities, Appendix F-1. Students with disabilities who request reasonable accommodations must make those needs known to the School of Law’s Dean of Students and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs as soon as possible. Only students who seek reasonable accommodations for their disabilities need to make their disabilities known.  The School of Law follows the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) disability guidelines when determining eligibility for academic accommodations.  Learn more about Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) now >>

The UD School of Law utilizes consultation services from OLR. It is the responsibility of the student to make their request for accommodations known in a timely manner consistent with the School of Law disability policy statement. Students must provide appropriate documentation and evaluations of their disability and need for accommodations to OLR.  Once received, OLR Disability Staff will review the information provided, meet with the prospective or current School of Law student and provide suggested accommodations to the School of Law.  The student will then need to meet with the School of Law’s Associate Dean for Academic Affairs to finalize and implement accommodations. 

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