Academic and Curricular Advising

Academic and Professional Excellence (APEx)

Academic and Professional Excellence (APEx) is an expression of Northwestern Law’s commitment to innovative thinking about meeting the changing needs of today’s law students and better preparing them for their careers. During all three years of law school, Northwestern Law students will participate in interactive programs meeting a range of their academic and career needs, including acclimating to a law school learning environment, building a law school curriculum, establishing personal and professional awareness of the demands and responsibilities of their careers, and developing the teamwork and leadership skills necessary for their professional lives in the law, business and public service.

Contact Information:

Lesley S. Kagan
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Programming
Levy Mayer 213
(312) 503-3568
l-kagan@law.northwestern.edu

Professor Kagan provides curricular advising and programming for current Northwestern Law students. Please contact Professor Kagan if you have questions about course selection, including adding or dropping a course, taking courses on another campus, or satisfying the graduation requirements.

Susan Spies Roth
Clinical Assistant Professor of Law
Director of Academic and Professional Excellence
McCormick 182
(312) 503-3365
susan-roth@law.northwestern.edu

Professor Spies Roth provides academic advising and programming for current Northwestern Law students. Please contact Professor Roth if you have questions about academic participation or performance, exam preparation, or exam accommodations and modifications.

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