The University of Miami School of Law has received a $300,000 grant from the AccessLex Institute to study the relationship between bar-tested courses and bar results.

Brian Sites, associate director of the Academic Achievement Program at Miami Law, who says he has always been fascinated with how technology impacts the teaching and the study of law, will use the grant to analyze the relationship between enrollment and performance in courses in bar-tested areas and success rates on the bar examination, according to the school’s announcement.

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