By supplementing the doctrinal curriculum, the Academic Success Program provides a host of opportunities for students to enhance their learning skills and develop efficient methods of studying, comprehending, and writing in the law school environment and for the Bar Exam.  

The Center for Academic Success and Enrichment (CASE) is a component of the law school's Academic Success Program (ASP).  Selected students (ASP Fellow) have been trained to facilitate learning and academic success in law school as peer mentors and support. 

The Academic Success Program is part of the student affairs department and all students are strongly encouraged to participate. ASP is helpful for all students, particularly those who desire mentoring, advising, or assistance.

The Academic Success Program hosts workshops and presentations throughout the academic year to assist students with class preparation, outlining, exam-taking skills and much more. ASP administers practice and simulated exams, as well as provides feedback on exam writing through one-on-one appointments.