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Student Feedback

The USF School of Law values your input. Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback on the school's academic program and student services.

Student Services Feedback

Please complete the form below to provide the law school with feedback on student services.

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NOTE: your comments will be forwarded to the Supervising Dean or Director (noted above) responsible for the department(s) or office(s) that you have selected.

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Note: The purpose of this form is to capture feedback about USF Law student services for the administration of the School of Law. If you have feedback for the Student Bar Association (SBA), please provide feedback via the SBA website:http://usf.usfca.edu/org/sba/about/.

 

Academic Program Feedback

The University of San Francisco School of Law wants to hear student concerns about significant problems that directly implicate the school’s program of legal education. Any student having such a concern should submit it in writing to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Josh Davis. Dean Micon will resolve the complaint, if possible, or refer the matter to the appropriate administrator. The Deans' Office will keep a record of any such complaints and their resolution. You may submit feedback via email to davisj@usfca.edu.