Law Students Seeking Assessment Services (ADD/ADHD/LD)

For students in Law School who may be seeking assessment services, the Heath Center is requesting that you complete the following steps:

For individuals who want to complete a screening for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and who have no documented history of a diagnosis or treatment, contact the Disability Coordinator for the Law School to complete a Service Provider Referral Form and then complete the Student Confidential Self-Report. Once these documents are completed, schedule a consultation session with the Educational Disability Testing Specialist in the Health Center.

For individuals who want to complete an assessment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and/or a Learning Disability and who are seeking educational accommodations for Law School should contact the Disability Coordinator for the Law School to complete a Service Provider Referral Form and then complete the Student Confidential Self-Report. Once these documents are completed, schedule a consultation session with the Educational Disability Testing Specialist in the Health Center. If the documentation supports a request for testing and the primary concern is a learning disability, you will complete an intake with the Health Center, if applicable; you will be referred to the Learning Resource Center for an additional intake in order to process your request for accommodations, if you are eligible for supports from the school.

For individuals who want to complete an assessment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and/or a Learning Disability and who are seeking educational accommodations for the Bar Exam, you should contact the Bar Association that you plan to apply to and have them review your most current evaluation to ensure that it is still valid and meets the requirements for their reviewers. It is recommended that you complete the Bar Exam review process in your second year.  You are welcomed to schedule a consultation with the Educational Disability Testing Specialist if you have questions about this process. If you have additional questions, contact the Disability Coordinator for the Law School. If you need to update your evaluation complete a Service Provider Referral Form and then complete the Student Confidential Self-Report. Once these documents are completed, schedule a consultation session with the Educational Disability Testing Specialist in the Health Center.  If the documentation supports a request for testing, then we will schedule the testing process. 

Service Provider Referral Form:  This form is completed by the Disability Coordinator to document the reason for your referral for testing services, provides some preliminary background information to assist in the test battery development process and documents your response to formal and informal interventions. The packet also includes an authorization form that allows the Law School to share information with the Health Center.

Student Confidential Self-Report: This form is completed by the student and will likely require collateral information from a parent, guardian or caregiver to provide information about the student’s early development, educational experiences and learning strengths and weaknesses. The data obtained from this document assists the evaluator with formulating and finalizing the reason for referral, focus of the testing question and diagnosis.  To access this report, click on the following link, complete the form online, print out the form,  and bring it to your appointment.

**Special Note:  If you open the file using Mozilla Firefox, the document will not be displayed correctly.  You need to click “Open With Different Viewer” found in the upper right hand corner.  This will open a dialogue box,  where you need to click on “Open with Adobe Reader”, and then click "OK".  This will allow you to access the correct form to fill out online.

Student Confidential Self Report