Professor Emmeline Paulette Reeves is Director of the Law School’s Academic Skills Program and Associate Professor for Academic Success. She also teaches a course on Agency and Partnership Law. As Director of the Academic Skills Program, Professor Reeves teaches and oversees a number of programs designed to help students realize their full academic potential at the Law School. She also provides intensive supplemental bar instruction for Richmond Law graduates. Professor Reeves has made a number of presentations on the value of academic success programs across the country, and her co-authored empirical work on the value of bar support programs was excerpted and discussed in the National Conference of Bar Examiners’ magazine, The Bar Examiner.
Teaching to the Test: The Incorporation of Elements of Bar Exam Preparation in Legal Education, 64 J. Legal. Educ. 645 (2015).
Cool Data on a Hot Issue: Empirical Evidence that a Law School Bar Support Program Enhances Bar Performance, 5 Nev. L.J. 646 (2005) (with Linda Jellum) (excerpts reprinted in The Bar Examiner, Vol. 75, No. 1, February 2006).