ALSA Access and Inclusion Survey 2017
This survey is the first of its kind in Australia, this survey aims to identify students who have access and inclusion issues in the law school and give them a voice.
By partaking in this survey you have the opportunity to change how we (as ALSA) view access and inclusion issues, and how we respond to them.
The survey is entirely anonymous and all questions are discretionary.
The objectives of the survey are to determine:
- the number of students who identify as having a visible or invisible disability, learning difficulty or mental illness in law schools;
- if there are any educational barriers for these students;
- if there are any social barriers for these students;
- what support structures could or should be in place for these students;
- the expectations of these students; and
- the major difficulties they face.