The Law School Consortium Project
The Law School Consortum Project was active from 1997 to 2009. During that time, the LSCP substantially achieved the following mission and goals:
The mission of the Law School Consortium Project (LSCP) is to increase access to justice by supporting law schools to expand their educational and institutional mission beyond graduation to include support and service to solo and small-firm practitioners who are committed to serving low and moderate-income individuals and communities.
The goals of the Law School Consortium Project are to:
- facilitate communication between and among law school members;
- aggregate, analyze, and disseminate data regarding best practices in ensuring access to justice;
- support members in their capacity-building efforts;
- promote the Project's mission and identify/recruit new members; and
- develop and share expertise regarding access to justice best practices.
MEMBER LAW SCHOOLS' GOALS
The goals of the member schools are to:
- increase access of low/low-middle income communities to law as a resource for advancing community interests;
- help make community-based law practices more sustainable economically, professionally, and spiritually;
- change the mission of law schools to include extending legal education and providing resources to communities and practitioners serving communities;
- establish relationships between the practitioner networks established by each member school and their respective law schools integrate the networks into their law schools; and
- redefine the role of lawyers.