The Legal Education Opportunity Program (LEOP) was created by the UC Law SF faculty in 1969 to make legal education accessible to students from adverse backgrounds. While at UC Law SF, students in LEOP are provided with the opportunity to participate in a cooperative academic support program dedicated to their success in law school and in the legal profession. LEOP academic resources, programs, and services are designed to help students build upon their existing skills, knowledge, and learning styles. LEOP’s support program begins at orientation and spans a student’s entire education at UC Law SF.
Prior to the start of the school year, students participate in a week-long orientation that prepares students for academic success.
From students after attending:
“I truly enjoyed the academic training and the high expectations set forth for our group. It was a great mix of useful information, practical skills training, exposure to the legal profession and socializing.”
“Elizabeth McGriff was amazing. My favorite part was her guidance and care.”