Concord Law School's mission—to provide global accessibility to a premium legal education—relies on a student-centered paradigm.
This paradigm derives its success from helping students meet their educational and career goals. Concord has a formal institutional assessment program that measures student learning and achievement and targets goals against objectives of individual programs and the institution. It also establishes metrics to measure institutional effectiveness and provide for a cycle of continuous improvement through reinforcement of our shared mission.
Measurements include the results from two of the regulatory exams JD students must pass to be eligible to practice law in California — the First Year Law Students Exam and the California Bar Exam.