Suffolk University Law School is committed to providing services to our students who present with a wide variety of disabilities, chronic illnesses, mental health issues, and medical conditions. Accommodations are provided on a case by case basis in consultation with clinical documentation, a student's history, and our curricular requirements. It is not appropriate to request a documentation review or approval for services during the admissions process. These decisions and level of information sharing begin after enrollment with the law school. We highly recommend that during your law school search, you actively research Disability Services at each prospective school, review the entrance and exit requirements at various law schools, and explore the Dean of Students and Disability Services websites. Students who enroll at Suffolk University Law School are encouraged to contact the Associate Dean of Students as early as possible to introduce themselves and initiate the process.