At Saint Louis University School of Law, we are guided by our Catholic, Jesuit traditions of academic excellence, freedom of inquiry and respect for individual differences.
Our law school is committed to providing an inclusive environment that is responsive to the needs of all students. In doing so, we are fully committed to implementing the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all applicable state and local ordinances in order to provide accommodations to eligible law students. In this, we strive to ensure equal access for all students to the study of law here at SLU LAW.
Please read through SLU LAW’s Disability and Accommodations Policy below. In it, you will find information about the process for requesting an accommodation, examples of available accommodations and more.
If you plan to request an accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Note from the Disability Services Coordinator
"As the Disability Services Coordinator for the School of Law, I am committed to providing students with confidential guidance and advice. If you believe that you are in need of any accommodation, please contact me as early as possible and we can work together to determine the most effective accommodations. Any and all questions or concerns are welcome.
It is my goal to help your legal education be as fulfilling and rewarding as possible and to help provide equal access to all SLU LAW students. Take time to familiarize yourself with this site and the resources that are available on this page. We are always updating and adding to the resources you see here, so check back often! It is our commitment to provide you with everything you need to make informed decisions about the services and accommodations available to you here at SLU LAW."
Assistant Dean of Student Activities and Leadership
Scott Hall 1008C