While law faculty have always assessed their students, law schools have never before been required to systematically assess their program of legal education to determine whether they are achieving their goals. With the new ABA assessment standards in place, law schools must now do so. To many, this may seem like a Herculean task, but it need not be. This book is designed to help make assessment accessible, sustainable, and meaningful to all law school constituencies. It shows how individual faculty members and their institutions can create a genuine culture of assessment through the shared goal of improving student learning.